May 10 Sunny and pleasant with coastal flooding on the shores of the bay and the ocean

May 10 Sunny and pleasant with coastal flooding on the shores of the bay and the ocean

May 10, 2022

Tuesday morning report

The weather is a matter of perspective. The old storm has stopped off the coast and continues to influence our weather. It will come back and bring rain and storms back by the weekend.

The sky will be clear and with sunshine combined with a breeze, the result will be a pleasant afternoon. However, this wind will be stronger along the bay and Delmarva, where a gale warning is in place off the ocean coast. The push of water towards the shore means higher tides and coastal flood advisories.

This morning…

Temperatures

Surface weather

The low continues to drift slowly further southeast. It will always control the flow of the wind.

Cool mornings, the afternoons will be pleasant this week.

Wind forecast

Warnings

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Afternoon temperatures

CLIMATE DATA

TODAY May 10

Normal low in Baltimore: 50ºF

Record 33ºF in 1983

Baltimore normal high: 72°F

Record 96ºF 1896

Wednesday

Morning

Afternoon

Weather model until Saturday

The slow-moving storm off the coast will circle around and is expected to return later in the week. At this time it looks like the clouds are increasing Friday with showers and thunderstorms next week.

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7-day forecast

The return of the storms will intensify Friday through the weekend.

The tropical season begins on June 1

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