Baldwin’s Fourth of July Wx blog

At a Glance

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48-Hour Weather

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Widespread severe is not expected over the next seven days. However, any storm that develops could become quite intense, with gusty winds (briefly severe?), heavy rainfall, and deadly cloud-to-ground lightning. Just keep an eye to the skies (and radar!). Remember, if you can hear it thunder, you’re close enough to be struck by lightning.

Baldwin’s Severe Weather Concern

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Baldwin’s 7-Day forecast

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Daily Forecast

Fourth of July: Partly cloudy. Hot and humid. Just a slim chance for an afternoon/evening shower or storm.

Sunday: A better chance for mainly afternoon/evening showers and storms. Otherwise, hot and humid.

Monday – Friday: Partly cloudy. Hot and humid. Scattered afternoon/evening showers and storms each day. Rain chances are about 50/50.

Baldwin’s Hay Day Forecast

The Hay Day Outlook is looking pretty good for this time of year. Today looks like the best hay day of the seven-day period. After today, we’ll see about 50/50 shower and thunderstorm chances return for mainly our afternoons and evenings.

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Yesterday’s National High and Low Temperature

High: 112 at both Death Valley and Stovepipe Wells, California

Low: 26 at Bodie State Park, California


Yesterday, all was quiet. Now, we have a system to watch off the Southeast Coast. This system has spun up fast and will likely become our next named storm within the next few days. The good news is that it is moving out to sea and away from the US. If named, this system will be Edouard.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

A threat for both severe storms and heavy rainfall can be found across the northern plains today. All modes of severe weather are possible, including isolated tornadoes.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

Severe storms and heavy rainfall will continue to threaten the northern plains.



Wx Hazards Across the Nation

Widespread hazardous weather is not expected at this time.



On this day in 1776, Thomas Jefferson paid for his first thermometer……and signed the Declaration of Independence. One of the first entries into his weather memorandum book stated that it was cloudy and 76 degrees at 2:00 pm in Philadelphia.

Weather News

Yesterday’s stunning sunset, followed by an amazing moonrise, sure was a joy to photograph!


You all have a wonderful Fourth of July!

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