Title: Baltimore Experiences Above-Average Temperatures, Rainy Weather Forecasted to Alleviate Drought
Baltimore, MD – In an unexpected turn of events, the city of Baltimore experienced an unusually high temperature of 71ºF yesterday. Although this temperature exceeded the average for this time of year, it did not break any previous records. Today, morning clouds will gradually dissipate, giving way to a cooler breeze and temperatures returning to seasonal averages.
Residents of Baltimore can look forward to much-needed rain on Tuesday, as the forecast predicts a significant amount of precipitation. Initially, there were concerns of snowfall; however, computer models have since shown inconsistent results, and rain is now expected to extend into Thanksgiving Thursday.
Simultaneously, colder air is spreading across the region, bringing similar temperatures in the afternoon. Wind speeds are predicted to range from 15 to 25 mph, adding to the brisk conditions.
Tonight, stargazers can delight in the famous Leonid Meteor Shower, with an estimated 10 to 15 meteors per hour expected to streak across the sky.
However, it is not all good news for the region, as the area continues to struggle with drought conditions. A breakdown per state reveals the severity of the situation. To address this, meteorologists predict that the upcoming rain will provide some respite, potentially alleviating the parched conditions.
As the day progresses, sunrise is expected at 6:52AM and sunset at 4:51PM, providing residents with shorter daylight hours.
Looking ahead to the winter season, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) report hints at an impactful El Niño event, possibly historic, which could tremendously influence the US Winter Storm Track. Meanwhile, the Farmers’ Almanac predicts a return to colder temperatures and a snowier season for Baltimore in 2024.
The latest weather forecast suggests an all-rain event for Tuesday, with heavier rain projected to linger into Wednesday. Additionally, a second low-pressure system could bring moderate to heavy rain on Thanksgiving, potentially affecting holiday plans.
To address the ongoing drought, the Global Forecast System (GFS) Model anticipates over 2 inches of rain for the Baltimore area. Such a downpour would provide much-needed relief and alleviate the drought conditions.
As Baltimore residents plan for Thanksgiving, the 7-day forecast includes a 60% chance of rain on the holiday. However, computer guidance has encountered challenges in validating this prediction, further emphasizing the uncertainty of the weather systems.
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