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We are still working on getting our new PWS system online, and I want to first of all thank everyone for their immense patience extended toward us as we work hard to get the new system online. I have probably stated this before but will reiterate the reason it is taking longer than expected to get the new PWS system online. Our new WeatherBug.com, desktop, and mobile apps are utilizing a new "universal data feed" (called Pulse). This new feed eliminates all of the major "pain points" we've…Continue
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Average Wind: 4 mph SSE
Feels Like: 73
Dew Point: 66
Visibility: 9 mi…Continue
Today cloudy with 60 percent chance of drizzle. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind becoming southeast 20 km/h this afternoon. High 10°C. UV index 4 or moderate. Tonight cloudy. 60 percent chance of drizzle early this evening. Periods of rain beginning this evening. Fog patches developing this evening. Amount 2 to 4 mm. Wind southeast 20 km/h gusting to 40. Low 6°C.
Temperature:6.5°C--- Dewpoint:5.9°C--- Humidity:96%--- Wind:ESE 14 km/h
After an extended period where we wondered if spring would ever come, we skipped sping and went right into summer. At least that's the way it seems. Our highs are holding in the 80s and 90° isn't out of the question for tomorrow. There were several areas of thunderstorms popping up late yesterday but they all remained to our north where the fire danger is. Unfortunately, there weren't that many and some areas are still very dry. It will be a great weekend for those heading our for their first camping trip of the year as there is no end in sight to these above-normal temperatures.
CONDITIONS AT 8:30 AM EDT:
Temp: 70°F (21°C)
Very Old Japanese Lantern....
"A Mostly Sunny, Very Warm And Humid Day For Northern, MD"
Yesterday was hot and hazy reaching a high of 88.1°F for about 5 minutes. Otherwise temps hovered near 86°F most of the afternoon. Dew Points were running in the low to mid 60's but the humidity remained reasonable so it wasn't too oppressive, but it definitely felt like a Summer day.
Morning Low Temp: 65.6°F @…Continue
Lowest Barometric Pressure : 29.95″ At 5 p.m.
Highest Barometric Pressure : 30.09″ At 10 a.m.
Lowest Relative Humidity : 57% At 4 p.m.
Highest Relative Humidity : 97% At 11 p.m.
Lowest Dew Point Temperature : 61° At 12 – 2 a.m.
Highest Dew Point Temperature : 73° At 1, 2 p.m.
Lowest Wind Speed : Calm at 10, 11 p.m.
Highest Wind Gust : N – 36 m.p.h. at 5:23 p.m.
Lo : 62º
Normal : 60°
Record Warmest : 73° In 1962 !
Record Coldest : 46° In 1961, 1979 & 1988 !
Hi : 90°, Highest Heat Index – Feels Like Temp 96º at 2, 4 p.m.
Normal : 82°
Record Hottest : 94° In 1978 & 1996 !
Record Coolest : 67° In 1974…
Thursday heated up a few more degrees compared with Wednesday, finally hitting that infernal 90° mark. Again the warmest day of the year so far, hitting at 89.9° in the late afternoon. Temperatures started off in the upper 50s in the early AM, but a lot of strong sun warmed us up all day into the 80s by the early afternoon and virtually 90° around 1630. A 50 POP for showers/storms failed to materialize into any measurable precipitation on Thursday. Tonight the sky is partly cloudy, and the temperatures have not fallen much, still in the low 70s at 3:00 AM. The temperature should fall a few more degrees by sunrise on Friday, only into the upper 60s. Friday should see a repeat of Thursday, mostly sunny with highs in the upper 80s and once again a 50 POP for scattered showers/storms both during the day and in the evening. Lows on Friday night once again in the upper 60s. Drying…Continue