Warm but not the warmest…Final Update

January in Baltimore finished up with Spring-like temperatures on Tuesday, a fitting end to an unseasonably mild winter month.  However, digging back into the record books reveals this January is not even close to being the warmest in Baltimore. With a high of 66F on Tuesday, the average temperature for the month barely reached the top 25 warmest on record.  Including Tuesday’s 66F, the average temperature for the month was 38.3, tying it with 1952 for the 25th warmest January ever.  To break into the top ten warmest Januarys, the average temperature had to top 41.7 which was last measured in 1876.  The warmest January on record was 1932 when the average temperature was a balmy 47.4.

Tom Tasselmyer

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