Tuesday May 4 2021

This morning you will notice the increase in humidity, perhaps even some thick fog. This is one of the results of the storms we had last evening and overnight. 

The four hours of tornado warnings and wind damage path between Charles Town, WV to Baltimore County, MD should be a signal that today could be extra busy.

Severe Storm Outlook

Our region has a ‘Marginal’ risk for storms to turn severe, but we should consider that threat higher.  A line of storms later today may produce: Winds to 60 mph, large hail up to 1 inch, and isolated tornadoes. 




Tuesday Morning Map

The ground is damp from rain last night and early this morning. The next cluster of storms will arrive this afternoon. That will lead into the increased humidity to fuel storms later today. The cold front will reach us tomorrow with one more push of active weather, then a noticeable drop in temps to end the week.




Weather Almanac: Climate Data For Baltimore

Normal Low in Baltimore: 48ºF; Record 34ºF in 1957

Normal High in Baltimore: 71ºF, Record 91ºF 2018


High Temperatures 

It will feel like summer! Temps from the mid 80s to near 90ºF in metro areas.  Add in the humidity and it will feel warmer.



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In Case You Missed It:
Rain Wednesday 
8 AM to 7 PM – Morning rain in metro areas, then the focus of afternoon storms will be in southern Maryland and lower Delaware to the beaches.

Looking Ahead: Rain Animation

Wednesday To Sunday (Mother’s Day)

Morning rain and another push of storms to our south tomorrow, then another band of rain on Friday.

There has been a push to the east of all systems, so that coastal storm does not show here, but it allows the next systems to catch up on Sunday.

Yesterday I suggested to treat Mother’s Day with a 50% chance of rain. Now it looks even more likely… So maybe have indoor plans.




Temperature Outlook




Sunshine State 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.

Double Benefit: Proceeds will be split between our nonprofit Just In Power Kids and the development of my new weather website. That has been scheduled to be ready to launch in May.

Sunshine State Of Mind



14 Local Maryland Pages (and York PA)

We have made a page for Maryland Weather which gives you the current conditions for 14 present area locations.

Local Hourly Forecasts and Local Radar
Central Maryland



Bel Air

Carroll County/Westminster




Ocean City

Dover DE

Southern Maryland

Patuxent River 

Washington DC





National Weather Service Adds Maryland Cecil And Garrett Counties




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