Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 07/07/2022 12:50:03 am


Cloudy with Light Rain


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Sun Rise

05:47 AM

Sun Set

08:35 PM

Day Length

14:48 Hours


0 min 53 sec loss

Moon Rise

01:59 PM

Moon Set

12:58 AM

Next: Full Moon

Jul 13,2022

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First Quarter

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Current Conditions

November 4 More Frosty Mornings And Cool Days Then Warmer Next Week

Frost and Freeze
climate data

Thursday November 4

Colder air has settled in across more of the region, but a band of clouds with a southern storm track has limited how cold. It may also limit temperatures today timing the sun in southern areas. 

We will continue to watch that southern track for a weekend storm. That looks like it will miss us this weekend, but worth watching closely for any bump in track.

While the next few mornings will continue to be frosty, and the afternoon remain up to 10 degrees cooler than normal, temps will warm back up next week. 

Morning Surface Weather

The most notable feature this morning is the band of clouds slicing our region in half. This helped keep temps in southern areas from dropping even lower. It will continue to split the region this afternoon with who gets into the sunshine.



Morning Temperatures



What to wear?

A few layers and a jacket! With more clouds south and west, it may actually feel colder today, but temps should be similar to yesterday.


Satellite Loop

2 Hours Ending at 6:20 AM





Afternoon Cloud Forecast




Afternoon Temperatures 


Weather Almanac: Climate Data

TODAY November 4

Normal Low in Baltimore:  40ºF

Record 22ºF in 1951


Normal High in Baltimore: 61ºF

Record 83º F 1974




Friday Temps


We may do the alert thing again in areas that did not have a season ending freeze. 






Looking Ahead:

Wide View Surface Weather

There is an active storm track that will continue to be suppressed to the south.  This is based off of the cold air mass holding in place and keeping that storm track just to our south. 



Weekend Coastal Storm

The next storm is worth watching for two reasons. 

  1. It may show if there is a bias or error in the modeling for mid range forecasting. 
  2. That storm could develop into a tropical system in the open Atlantic, and bee named with the loop back to the top of the alphabet.




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