The Baltimore Sun

The data wizards at the National Weather Service are at it again. They've found the biggest day-to-day drop in high temperatures on record for Baltimore: from a high of 78 degrees on March 18, 1934, to a high of 36 degrees the next day - a 42-degree difference. The largest one-day gain is 40 degrees: from a high of 34 degrees on Dec. 27, 1946, to a high of 74 the next day. That's still the record high for a Dec. 28.

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