Monday April 27 2020
A departing storm complex is still influencing us this morning. Some early rain, even mixed with snow in the higher mountains. The rain should end, but clouds will remain and keep us cool today. Some sun will return tomorrow.
Here is data many students need for their weather projects to document and journal conditions yesterday, climate report today, and daily weather map.
Yesterday’s Weather Data
Sunday April 26
High = 55ºF at 4:41 PM
Low = 47ºF at 11:58 PM
Rainfall: 0.43 inches
Winds were from the Northeast
- Top Speed (1 minute average) = 14 mph
- Top Gust (3 to 10 seconds) = 17 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:
Monday Stats: April 27, 2020 in Baltimore
Average High: 69ºF
Record High: 92ºF in 1994
Average Low: 46ºF
Record Low: 35ºF in 2001
*Record Snow: None
Sunrise: 6:13 AM
Sunset 7:56 PM
*Daylight = 2:18 longer than yesterday
1. Regional (with annotation)
A signal of this cold storm:
Snow was mixed in near Camp David this morning. 5 inches of snow was measured near Hunter and Windham mountains in New York’s Catskills. Over 1 foot of snow still falling in northern New England.
The wrap around winds are what has kept the clouds and some showers around this morning.
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