Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 08/15/2022 12:20:04 pm


Mostly Cloudy


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Sun Rise

06:20 AM

Sun Set

08:02 PM

Day Length

13:42 Hours


2 min 14 sec loss

Moon Rise

10:21 PM

Moon Set

10:16 AM

Next: Last Quarter

Aug 19,2022

Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

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Current Conditions

June 26 Tracking Storms Then Heat Dome Later This Week

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June 26 2022

Sunday Morning Update 

This morning a few showers popped up across central Maryland. These are isolated and most would not have known. I believe it may signal more activity later today that the models might be missing (again).

Morning Radar Snapshot

Here we see the showers that developed early this morning. This is telling me there is energy in the atmosphere the short range models are missing.

Morning Surface Weather

While the band of rain is crossing I-83, it has been nice across the Chesapeake Bay to the Beaches.

The cold front to our west will be moving through tonight.  The short range models all show the storms reaching our western mountains, then falling apart this evening, only to resurge Monday as it crosses southern Maryland and Delmarva. 

It will be later this week when we get the jet stream to assist in spreading the heat our way.



Morning Satellite Loop

4 AM to 6 AM

The flare up of storm erupting in The Ohio Valley is what we are watching for today.



Afternoon Temperatures 

Baltimore reaches 90ºF on Saturday and many metro areas may get there again today. 


Wind Forecast

If you have a boat, once again it will be choppy on the Bay.  Winds will be from the South-Southeast to 20 mph.

This wind direction is key, as it can aid in showers and storms later east of the mountains.



Radar Simulation

12 PM to 10 PM

The HRRR Model shows the storm in the mountains, breaking up around the Catoctin Ridge.




In short:  It should remain dry near and south of Baltimore today. But I can’t promise that for the NW suburbs. 

I believe we may see this expand farther east sooner. 

That wind direction from the Southeast often supports showers east of the mountains… 

Showers or an isolated storm may reach Carroll, Baltimore, and Harford Counties in Maryland into southern Pennsylvania.  If this happens will would be after 6 PM.


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TODAY June 26th

Normal Low in Baltimore:  65ºF

Record 52ºF in 1986


Normal High in Baltimore: 86ºF

Record 99ºF 1954




That cold front will get active overnight and bring rain to metro areas in the morning. Then flare up with storms across southern Maryland to the Beaches into the afternoon. 


Radar Simulaiton 

6 AM to 6 PM

Morning showers in central Maryland should move out by noon.

However, they will shift to Southern Maryland and the beaches.. lasting most of the afternoon.






We will be cooler for a couple of afternoons… then crank the up the heat (see below ).


Looks Ahead: Jet Stream

A cool down on Monday and Tuesday will be followed by the Heat Dome expanding into the Mid Atlantic by the end of the work week. Temps will reach the upper 90s along with increased heat and humidity.





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