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Friday, May 30, 2008

Not Much to say...

..but watching radar for the end of May.
The Storm Prediction Center has a slight risk of severe storms for us Saturday Afternoon. A brief surge of warm, humid air with clash with an approaching short wave and cold front. There is a lee trough ahead of the front. It was responsible for our winds turning SE Friday afternoon- and will help feed the instability. Combine a decent low level jet and timing early to mid afternoon and may tap into the prime heat of the day. This is a little faster than my earlier forecast, but still on target for clearing on Sunday.

We have one more shot at the record for wettest May in Baltimore. You can watch the radar on my TV Weather Graphics Page or Storm Page tabs (on main web site.
Recent Highlights

  • The holiday weekend brought only the second completely dry weekend in nearly 3 months.
  • Thursday morning's low temperature of 45F was 4 degrees away from the record for the date.
  • Only 5 Days (up through Friday) reaching 80F this month.

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