Thursday April 9 2020
Here is data many students need for their weather projects to document and journal conditions yesterday, climate report today, and daily weather map.
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Today’s full weather forecast here: Severe Storm Risk AND Wind Advisory then Mountain Snow and local Frost
Yesterday’s Weather Data
Wednesday April 8
High = 78ºF at 3:35 PM
Low = 53ºF at 11:23 PM
Rainfall: 0.04 inches
Winds were from the Northwest
- Top Speed (1 minute average) = 24 mph
- Top Gust (3 to 10 seconds) = 30 mph
Please note that humidity and dew point often change each hour like the temperature. These are not recorded as high or low, and can be arbitrary depending on the time you check.
Current Data and Past 72 Hourly Reports
You can get the hourly weather reports for the prior 72 hours at this link:
Thursday Stats: April 9, 2020 in Baltimore
Average High: 62ºF
Record High: 89ºF in 1959
Average Low: 41ºF
Record Low: 26ºF in 2007
*Record Snow 3.0″ in 1917
Sunrise: 6:37 AM
Sunset 7:38 PM
*Daylight = 2:30 longer than yesterday
1. Regional (with annotation)
Early morning thunderstorms passed through with this front. Most of the day will be quiet, but there could be more storms along that front in southern Maryland this afternoon. However, despite the label ‘cold front’ the air will be warm today.
Our next cold front will arrive Thursday and this will live up to its name. Much colder air on the way this weekend.
Please share your thoughts, best weather pics/video, or just keep in touch via social media
See the maps for when we normally expect the first frost in this link.
Baltimore Weather At BWI May Not Be As Hot As Reported
Construction at the airport close to the weather station may be added artificial heat. Click here or the image for the details.
Atmospheric Memory Shaped The US East Coast
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