A couple of additional days of very warm weather, which should reach its peak in many areas east of the Appalachians on Saturday, is the highlight of our forecast over the next several days.
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This round of warm weather will come to a peak Wednesday. Temperatures will top out near 80 degrees, close to the record of 82 degrees. And even though we back off the 80s for the rest of the week, it will still remain warm and way above the average of 64 degrees.
Warmer weather is going to be common across much of the Eastern Region over the next few days, as a high pressure system continues to spread out across the Midwest and Great Lakes.
What a spectacular Saturday – weather-wise, and otherwise. This has got to be a Top 10 day. We topped out at 70 degrees with wall-to-wall sunshine, low humidity and a light breeze.
Although there’s a “back-door” style cool front that is pressing southward along the East Coast early in the morning, it will probably not have any major impact on our temperature profile Thursday.
The unseasonably warm weather is definitely being enjoyed throughout Baltimore.
We topped out at 66 degrees Saturday afternoon. That is way above the average of 41 degrees, but not quite the record of 74 degrees.
The weekend will conclude on a chilly note with temperatures several degrees below average over the Northeast. The cold trough responsible for the colder weather will quickly head eastward as we head through the night with warmer air poised to move in for Monday.
Sometimes the weather pattern presents unique challenges… and sometimes the challenges are not so unique, quite common, and still difficult to forecast for.
With sunshine, we warmed all the way up to 71 degrees this afternoon! That is just a few degrees shy of the 80 degree record and way above the average of 59 degrees.