June 24 Carving Out Nice Weather This Weekend

June 24 2022

Friday Morning Update

The old front and storm complex has finally moved off of the coast. This sets us up for clearing already in place and a nice few days this weekend.

Morning Satellite Loop

4 AM to 6 AM

Not much to see here. Well, if you had fog, that doesn’t show well on satellite. However, it will be burning off and leaving most of us with a mostly sunny day.

Morning Surface Weather

High Pressure from The Great Lakes and Canada once again are the dominant feature in our source of weather. This will carve out a nice pattern for most of our region this weekend.

Morning Temperatures

Afternoon Temperatures

A little warmer inland, but chilly under the rain in central areas to the coast.

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CLIMATE DATA

TODAY June 24th

Normal Low in Baltimore: 64ºF

Record 50ºF in 1972

Normal High in Baltimore: 86ºF

Record 100ºF 2010

Beach Forecast

Saturday

Morning

Afternoon

GREAT WEEKEND AHEAD

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Looking Ahead…

Most of this weekend will bring us back to nice summer weather. There will be some isolated showers in the mountains Saturday afternoon, then a higher chance of storms into metro areas by Sunday evening.

Temps will heat up briefly, then cool down again with another fresh Canadian Air Mass next week.

GFS Model: 2 PM Saturday to 8 PM Monday

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7 Day Forecast

Heating back up with sunshine this weekend.

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