Thursday October 21 2020

It may not look good outside, but it’s impressive on the satellite loop in motion.

Out low clouds and fog have been stubborn to burn off. That is the result of the warmer air we have had pushed into the region, along with higher humidity.

Longer autumn nights allowed for more cooling to allow the fog to form a very thick layer. The lower sun angle makes it harder to burn that fog off, so here we are. Check out the images below, the show it really well.


Dense Fog Advisory Until Noon

October 21 Dense Fog Advisory Extended



Check out this satellite image at 10 AM. The loop below does a great job highlighting the movement of the higher clouds, but the fog below barely budges.


 Visibility at 10 AM

The numbers in purple and red are under 2 mile visibility, where it may impact travel.

October 21 Maryland Weather Fog Visibility 10 AM


Visible Satellite Snapshot

October 21 Maryland Weather Fog Satellite 10 AM



Visible Satellite Loop

From sunrise to 10 AM. You can see the clouds aloft move, but the low level fog holding tight. Some of it eroded away on Delmarva but it’s locked in west of the Bay.




Temperatures At 10 AM

We are starting off very mild! Once the fog thins and some sun breaks through in the afternoon, this should allow a quick bump to the 70s.

October 21 weather temperatures Wednesday 10 AM



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