Friday April 26 2019

Today is going to be a busy day. We have already had showers with lighting this morning, and more will continue. The main event will be this afternoon with a cold front that could bring a round of severe storms. It seems like a Friday thing lately, and it includes most of our areas south of York PA.  See the radar simulation below.

Severe Storm Risk Friday


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Severe Storm Risk

  • Winds reaching 60 mph
  • Large hail 1 inch in diameter (quarter size)
  • Isolated Tornadoes

Severe Alert Notes:

IF we get any severe weather alerts, this is what is most important to keep in mind:

A WATCH means it MIGHT happen

A WARNING means it IS HAPPENING NOW!  This can be tracked across counties and towns with more precision and need to seek strong shelter.

The good news is that behind this system we will have a nice Saturday, with a cooler wind.


Local Weather Stats For April 26, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  68ºF

Record High: 92ºF in 1990

Average  Low: 46ºF

Record Low:  32ºF in 2001

                         *Record Snow:  Trace = 1919

Sunrise: 6:14 AM

Sunset 7:54 PM  

*Daylight = 2:18 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 62ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 


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Morning Temperatures 


Morning Weather Map


Morning Radar Loop

3 Hours ending at 6 AM


Radar Simulation —> slider

Central Maryland Severe Storm Risk: 3 to 5 PM

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High Temperatures 



Weekend Rain Animation

After today’s storms we get a break Saturday. More showers on Sunday and snow is still showing up for central and northern PA


Temperature Outlook



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