Friday September 17 2021
An area of Low Pressure located about 100 mile from Cape Hatteras has been identified by the National Hurricane Center with a 70% chance to turn tropical in the next two days.
The good news is that it will stay off of the coast and move away. So even if it gets named, it will be going out into the open ocean.
Most metro and coastal areas are starting today with morning fog and drizzle. This same region will be in line for afternoon storms. There is a sharp cut off across the mountains. So farther west and north, much less influence from this system.
Morning Surface Weather
That coastal storm will influence us today and possibly part of tomorrow. Sunday will clear out, and the weather for Sunday Night’s Ravens Game looks great.
Spotty showers will develop during the day. It is hard to pin down where, just that we have a 60% of them popping up.
Weather Almanac: Climate Data
TODAY September 17
Normal Low in Baltimore: 59ºF
Record 44ºF in 1984
Normal High in Baltimore: 79ºF
Record 97º F 1991
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