Monday April 12 2021
The storms that erupted Sunday evening was the mark of a much cooler pattern arriving this week. I wanted to show you a quick recap before we look forward, because those storms were intense!
Sunday High Temperatures
This was an overachiever as most of the region reached the mid 70s, with lower 80s at Baltimore’s BWI. It’s going to be a while until we get back there.
Radar Recap Loop:
Sunday April 11: 6 PM to 10 PM
Rain totals average between 0.50 to 1.00 inches.
Morning Surface Weather
The larger pattern shows an upper Low in the Great Lakes now influencing our temperatures. The snow you see across the Canadian border… it will not get here, but it will be close.
Rain showers will redevelop for us this afternoon in this unsettled pattern.
Normal Low in Baltimore: 42ºF; Record 27ºF in 1874
Normal High in Baltimore: 64ºF, Record 88ºF 1977
Monday Afternoon/Evening Rain Timeline —-> slider
Forecast Animation: Tuesday To Saturday
- Rain showers return on Wednesday.
- That ‘blue’ is snow for western Maryland and even metro New York.
Cooler this week, then a surge of even colder air still on the way. I will address this my next report this afternoon.
Sunshine Sate Of Mind
I am done with the cold and snow (for the season). I am embracing my wife’s mantra of Sunshine State of Mind.
This was designed by Shannon Berk and we will be wearing it through spring and to the beach.
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