Current Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 11/27/2021 05:50:02 pm


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07:03 AM

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04:45 PM

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09:42 Hours


1 min 25 sec loss

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07:00 PM

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01:12 PM

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Current Conditions

October 23 Cool Weekend And Stormy Next Week


Saturday October 23

The cool temperatures this weekend is just a reality check. Thermometers will be close to average for a few days.  Meanwhile a disturbance may bring some showers this afternoon, and also limit how chilly it may get Sunday morning. So my call for possible frost will not be as widespread.

What will impact all of us will be the track of massive Pacific storms that reach us later this week.  This is a pattern changer and will bring us cold rain.

Morning Surface Weather

A quick moving system is tracking to the Northeast. The better chance for showers will be in the afternoon west and north of Baltimore. But some stray showers may pop up in other areas.



Radar Simulation: Noon to 8 PM

Most of the day will be dry, but there will be showers this afternoon. I will track any developments on the Live Updates page.


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Afternoon Temperatures 

These numbers will be close to seasonal averages for this date.





Weather Almanac: Climate Data

TODAY October 23

Normal Low in Baltimore:  43ºF

Record 28ºF in 1997


Normal High in Baltimore: 65ºF

Record 91º F 1947


Also See:

Fall Foliage Report Oct 22


NOAA Winter Outlook- But Read The Fine Print


Signals For Early Start To Winter In November


Winter Outlook Series: La Nina Double Dip


Full Hunter’s Moon May Appear Full For 3 Nights


Waterspout Among Top 10 Storm Photos Saturday


Temperatures Sunday


Frost may still develop, but it will more likely be farther inland and not as close as I earlier had suggested. We will get there soon enough. 


We will get a little push of milder air…




Looking Ahead

A series of very strong storms is moving off of the Pacific Ocean into the western US. These are monster Bombs with waves over 30 Ft, surfaces winds on the coast over 80 mph, rainfall 5 to 10 inches, and feet of mountain snow.

The track of these systems will reach us next week. That will bring us a few rain events, along with cooler temps.

The most prominent will be at the end of the work week.

Jet Stream Animation

Sunday through Saturday

This helps display the track of that trough/storm pattern from the Pacific NW to the Eastern US (blue and green shading).



Jet Stream Snapshots




Closer Look On Friday 

This is when we should get the hit from that west coast storm, and possibly with for redevelopment on the coast.


Storm Animation

Thursday through Saturday 

A complex pattern of Low Pressures will be worth extra attention during the week. This may redevelop a coastal Nor’easter into next weekend.



7 Day Forecast

The coverage and intensity of the rain/wind at the end of the week will be subject to change with more scrutiny as we get closer. 



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