55-degree low at BWI breaks 41-year mark cool nights to linger

August 03, 1998|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Yesterday's low temperature of 55 degrees in the Baltimore area broke the 41-year-old record of 57 degrees, the National Weather Service in Sterling, Va. reported.

The weather service said the record low was recorded at 6: 17 a.m. at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.

The weather service predicted the trend will continue and said early morning lows between 60 degrees and 65 degrees are expected over the next few days.

Pub Date: 8/03/98

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