Current Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 12/06/2021 10:10:03 pm
Temperature

48°

Mostly Cloudy

22°

Dew Point
Relative Humidity

36%

Feels Like

42°

Wind (WNW)

17mph

Air Pressure

29.92

Sun
Sun Rise

07:12 AM

Sun Set

04:43 PM

Day Length

09:31 Hours

Difference

0 min 57 sec loss

Moon
Moon Rise

09:56 AM

Moon Set

07:12 PM

Next: First Quarter

Dec 10,2021

Moon Phase

Waxing Crescent

Climate
Average Low

31°

48°

Average High
Record Low

13°


(2002)

77°


(1998)
Record High
Current Conditions

Storm Timeline Slider Friday October 29

Storm Forecast
Severe Weather
Boating/Bay
Warnings

Friday October 29

By now, most of our region has already noticed some impact of this storm. I have had my power go out, and fielded many calls about what is next and when to expect it. 

Many area schools have closed in anticipation of the worst to come. It will, during the afternoon. 

This is a brief update on the latest timeline from the High Resolution HRRR Model.  

If you have not seen my Bay and Boating page yet, there are a lot more resources to check on the water forecasting in real time. 

I want to highlight that there will be one strong line with the worst conditions that will behave like a squall line.  That is the Occluded Front.

After that passes, the winds will actually shift from the dominant east flow, to the south.  It will be followed by more showers tonight, and that wind will keep the high water on the Bay through Saturday. 

 

Morning Surface Weather

 

Radar Simulation Timeline —> slider

HRRR Model Forecast– Allow a buffer of up to 1 hour

The main/squall line will move through metro areas between 3 and 6 PM, but more showers will follow tonight.

 

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Time Spotlight:

This may not be perfect, so expect this may be within an hour of the plot time for these locations.

 

3 PM

 

4 PM

 

5 PM

 

 

6 PM

 

Traffic Problems:

  • Storm drains clogged with leaves and wet leaves on road.
  • Wind restrictions on bridges likely.
  • Trees and power lines may get knocked down.
  • There will also be a total of 1 to 2+ inches of rainfall, which could lead to local inland flooding.
  • Winds will also be gusting mid day and this afternoon between 50 and 60 mph.

 

Live Updates

I will be posting quick updates during the storm. See it all on the Live Updates page

 

Wind Speed and Direction

12 PM to Midnight 

This flow from the East and Southeast prevents low tide from flowing out and increases the High Tides.

These are 1 minute sustained winds…

 

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Wind Gusts

These are peak winds lasting  to 10 seconds.  This is when we may see gusts 50 to 60 mph.

See the additional Bay Resources, and the Rain Maps below. 

 

Advisories

High Wind

 

 

 

Coastal Bay Flooding

 

Additional Resources  Bay

Water Forecast Animations

 

 

Operational Bay Forecasts

Click to see water forecast levels, winds, and tides for dozens of locations

 

Click here for: Maryland Tide Tables

My Favorite: Live Marine Traffic

 

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Also See The Winter Outlook Series:

Winter Folklore Checklist

 

NOAA Winter Outlook- But Read The Fine Print

 

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

 

 

Faith in the Flakes Gear

 

 

 

 

SNOWSTIX – Available Now

 

 

 

 

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