Baltimore-Washington Airport Sets New Record Low Temperature
(Photo: Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport)
LINTHICUM, Md. (AP)- BWI has broken a decades-old record low temperature.
The National Weather Service says a new daily record low of 29 degrees was set at Thurgood Marshall Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Monday. That breaks the old record for the day of 30 degrees set in 1976.
Meteorologist Bryan Jackson says high pressure is moving out of the region and there will be a warming trend until a cold front comes through on Thursday evening.