More Wet Weather

The forecast calls for unsettled weather most of this week. That translates to rain and drizzle, and perhaps a few snowflakes before it’s all over.

If it has seemed grey and wet this month you are right. 10 days in November have had overcast or mostly overcast skies while only 6 days have had clear or mostly clear conditions. As of Monday, 3.53 inches of rain has been measured at BWI-Marshall Airport, 1.18 inches above the 30 year seasonal average. Despite the generally dreary conditions, November temperatures have been on the mild side, averaging 4 degrees above average.

This month is one of many in 2009 that have had a relatively high number of days of measurable precipitation.

  • January       7
  • February      5
  • March          11
  • April             12
  • May              18
  • June             12
  • July               8
  • August         12
  • September   11
  • October        13
  • November    9 (as of Nov 24)

The National Weather Service graph below outlines 2009 temperatures and precipitation to date.

John Collins

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