We’re in the middle of another one of those El Nino events, and according to some meterological predictions, this one might just be the strongest on record. So what exactly does that mean for Baltimore weather?
According to the Washington Post’s designated weather geek, a strong El Nino means above-normal temperatures in the winter (woohoo!) and fewer hurricanes in the Atlantic (great!). There’s also a propensity for above-average rainfall — which sounds about right, considering Baltimore’s record-setting June rains.
While rainy days are not my favorites, I’d much rather have a wet summer than another miserable winter. So bring it on, El Nino!
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