Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 04/21/2024 10:10:03 am




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06:20 AM

Sun Set

07:50 PM

Day Length

13:30 Hours


2 min 21 sec gain

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05:51 PM

Moon Set

05:19 AM

Next: Full Moon

Apr 23,2024

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Waxing Gibbous

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October 27 Nor’easter Recap Still Breezy Then Next Storm Friday

atmospheric memory

Wednesday October 27

That Nor’easter is till cranking of of the New England Coast. This has had quite an impact large scale, bringing our region heavy rain and gusty winds.  First, a quick recap of highlight winds and rainfall.

Then the weather for today, and we shift focus on the next storm that will reach us on Friday. While that will be a wet and windy day, the weekend will improve for Halloween.

What to wear?

Jacket: Winds get gusty again this morning, then east this afternoon. 

Nor’easter Recap

This storm produced a wind gust of 49 mph at BWI.

Meanwhile in metro Boston to Cape Cod winds ranged from 50 to 90 mph. Yes, hurricane force winds!

  • 88 mph at Vineyard Station MA
  • 87 mph at Scituate MA
  • 84 mph at Duxbury MA
  • 83 mph at Wellfleet MA
  • 82 mph at Dennis MA

Mark this Nor’easter and location for possible repeats (atmospheric memory) into the winter.


Local Rainfall

Reported by NWS Baltimore/Washington

Many areas in the 1 to 2+ inch range.



Morning Surface Weather





Satellite Loop


Wind Forecast

Gusty winds will peak late morning and mid day.  The will average 15 to 25 mph, but some gusts over 30 mph.

Then it will decrease during the afternoon.




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Afternoon Forecast



Weather Almanac: Climate Data

TODAY October 27

Normal Low in Baltimore:  42ºF

Record 29ºF in 1988


Normal High in Baltimore: 63ºF

Record 82º F 1963


Also See:

NOAA Winter Outlook- But Read The Fine Print

Winter Weather Folklore Checklist

Signals For Early Start To Winter In November

Winter Outlook Series: La Nina Double Dip

Nor’easters May Give Hint For Winter La Nina Pattern

Thursday Temperatures 






Next Storm

This will prod

uce another round of severe weather for the southern Plains. It will reach us by Friday morning. 


Rain Arrival?

The NAM  3Km is showing the rain arriving locally after 8 AM. 

I would plan for rain anytime in the morning, and lasting most of the day. 



Storm Animation

The Euro is showing the rain already in place at dawn, and pulling through all day.  Temps will remain steady and chilly.

Showers linger Saturday, then we clear out Sunday, but remain cool.







7 Day Forecast

At this point, Thursday will be a break between storms. 

Friday will be storms, and Saturday the back end of wind and showers. 

Sunday= Halloween! This may turn out to be a treat with another break for quiet weather. 



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