Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 07/07/2022 01:00:03 am




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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 10 Mild Today Chilly Weekend And Hint Of First Flakes


Wednesday November 10

Today is the 246 birthday of the Marine Corps.  If you are part of any celebration, this morning showers are a brief event. We should be seeing clearing with temps mild again this afternoon. 

The next event will arrive Thursday night and Friday. A band of heavy rain will mark the end of this warm spell and shift colder air to move in.

This weekend will be mostly dry, but unsettled pattern could pop afternoon showers…. Then we watch an upper level disturbance that ‘may’ bring the first flakes to some on Monday. 


The record High Temperature of 78ºF was set on this date last year.

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Morning Surface Weather

A weak cold front sparked some rain showers. This will shift the wind and take a little of the heat out of the air this afternoon. 


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Afternoon Temperatures 


Weather Almanac: Climate Data

TODAY November 10

Normal Low in Baltimore:  38ºF

Record 24ºF in 2003


Normal High in Baltimore: 59ºF

Record 78ºF 2020



End Of Week Rain

The cold front will bring in more clouds to end Thursday and rain may develop at night. 

Heavy rain will fall for the first half of Friday. 

Snow will be pushing in to Chicago.

Watching the speed of this system… It may move out during the afternoon. 



Weekend Showers Through Monday

Rain showers pop Saturday, and again Monday.  

The mountains of western Maryland and larger regional ski areas should pick up some accumulating snow.




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Monday- Inland Snow?

The GFS Model is the most robust with snow showers. 

I’ve a flip-flop on this potential on the main models… 

So there is something trying with an upper level clipper like disturbance that they can’t get a grip on. 

I am showing this just to mark that it’s been off/on for a few days and now that it is closer it is worth watching. Every model error or bias now may help when it really counts in winter to stay ahead of the challenge. 









7 Day Forecast

The weekend will be mostly dry, with the exception of scattered showers. There will be a better chance to get wet farther west and north.

Monday is a Wild Card!  No Promise for snow, but I had to add it just to mark I am watching the mid range modeling… This has shown up and then vanished for a few days.  Now  I will pay closer attention to monitor model accuracy or flaw.


My Winter Outlook

I am finalizing my report and working hard to actually make it shorter for you to read. Currently there is too much info I want to share.

My plan is to publish my call for winter snowfall this Thursday. See you then.


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 Winter Weather Page – Lots of resources



Also See The Winter Outlook Series:


Solar Cycle Increasing Sunspots Suggests More Snow


Comparing 4 Different Farmer’s Almanacs: Majority colder winter outlook than NOAA


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


Winter Folklore Checklist



Faith in the Flakes Gear




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