Thursday March 25 2021
The remnants of the record rainfall yesterday has resulted in areas of thick fog. We saw a return of school delays on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. But we start in the mid 50s and aiming for near 70ºF, so I am letting my kids wear shorts to school. That’s a big deal (for them) in our house.
This afternoon the warmer air will be surging in as we watch an outbreak of severe weather in the Deep South. Large hail and long track tornadoes are the danger there today.
This cluster may send some showers our way overnight, but also increase our winds with a warmer day Friday.
- Morning Fog
- Afternoon Warming to near 70ºF (away from the water)
- Severe Storms in the Southern US: Expected Tornado Outbreak and larger region with large hail and damaging winds.
- Friday: Very Windy and Warmer (near 80ºF)
Areas of dense fog. You may not have it by your home, but if you drive can run into areas of low visibility like driving in and out of clouds on the ground.
Morning Surface Weather
The Severe Storm Region is near the Gulf Coast. This will shift the winds in our region… helping to burn off the morning fog.
Severe Storm Outlook
The ‘Avocado’ Map got a new color added.
*The High Risk plot is rare and a signal of the increased threat today.
We have been included with ‘thundershowers’, but that chance is small and overnight.
- Normal Low in Baltimore: 36ºF; Record 34ºF in 1888
- Normal High in Baltimore: 57ºF, Record 85ºF 1939
Scattered showers and maybe a rumble of thunder overnight. The best chance will be west of Baltimore to the mountains.
Morning: A very mild start to the day.
Afternoon: It will be warm, but comes with the price tag of high winds.
The Wind Watch in place may be expanded east. It appears we may see local areas with gusts to 50 mph Friday afternoon.
Saturday: Sunny and Mid to Upper 60s
Sunday: Developing Rain: Mid 60s
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