THE WEATHER BLOG

The Baltimore Sun

Ever wonder how far apart one day's high and low temperatures can be in Baltimore? Me neither. But NWS data wizards searched the books and found a record 48-degrees spread on April 1, 1978, from 40 degrees to 88. The narrowest temperature range on one calendar date? Zero! On March 24, 1884 it was 52 degrees, all day. Six dates varied by only one degree, most recently on Jan. 27, 2009: high 28; low 27

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