BALTIMORE, MD (WJZ) – A Day Warning was issued for Monday with strong and potentially damaging storms expected in the afternoon.
Early clouds/fog will give way to more sun on Saturday. That should warm up the upper 70s and lower 80s. We will also see some showers and storms, mainly after 4pm until 7 or 8pm.
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There will be a total lunar eclipse tonight, but the sky may be too cloudy to see a total lunar eclipse. Some areas of fog will develop Monday morning, but not as widespread as the past few mornings. Lows dropped to a low of 60s.
Monday is WARNING DAY.
The approaching cold front will help trigger strong to severe storms in the afternoon.
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The highs reached the 80s lows. The storm appeared to threaten the WJZ viewing area between 1:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m., west to east. I think the Baltimore critical time is something like 2pm to 6pm, although I did see 1 pattern running incline close to early afternoon.
The Hurricane Forecast Center covers the entire area and is at Advanced Risk (Category 3/5) with the main threats being strong winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes.
Ahead, cooler and less humid air moves in on Tuesday and Wednesday with peaks in the low to mid-70s.
In the long term, next weekend looks set to be hot and humid with peaks of 90 degrees Celsius and above. There could be a storm in the afternoon for Saturday Preakness.
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https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2022/05/14/first-alert-forecast-severe-storms-expected-monday/ Severe Storms Expected Monday – CBS Baltimore