Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 06/06/2023 12:00:03 pm




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Sun Rise

05:40 AM

Sun Set

08:30 PM

Day Length

14:50 Hours


0 min 52 sec gain

Moon Rise

11:39 PM

Moon Set

07:46 AM

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Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

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August 16 NorEaster Developing And Tracking To New England

Maryland Weather
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August 16 2022

Tuesday Morning Update 

Our temperatures will modify just a little today while remaining below average. Yesterday Baltimore’s BWI hit 81ºF, while most inland areas remained in the 70s.

This morning there is once again a hint of chill that may be more noticeable with cloud cover. 

The disturbance that brought us rain showers will develop into a Nor’easter for New England through tomorrow. While just out of reach for us, it will influence our weather with cooler winds and a small risk of showers. 

Our weather will improve for the second half of the week, but we will have to watch the weekend for the return of rain for parts of the region, then we all get back to storms by Monday. 



Click to see Tuesday Night Nor’easter Tracking Impact On Maryland and Delmarva Beaches


Morning Surface Weather


Morning Temperatures

Most areas in the 60s to start the day. Chilly 50s in far western Maryland, with nearly 70ºF by the water of the Bay and Ocean City.



There are showers this morning, and a 20% chance for the day, mainly inland. Here’s a look at the Live Radar…





Cloud Forecast

Expectation for clearing in metro/central Maryland and southern Maryland… while clouds may linger inland and to the north.

August 16 weather cloud forecast Maryland Tuesday

Afternoon Temperatures 



TODAY August 16

Normal Low in Baltimore:  66ºF

Record 53ºF in 2013

Normal High in Baltimore: 87ºF

Record 101ºF 1997


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Tracking The Nor’easter

That Low Pressure will be a direct influence on Boston and Northern New England. 

Here’s the simulation from the GFS Model between Tuesday Morning and Thursday Morning.

Nor'easter developing for New England Tuesday through Thursday

Wednesday Afternoon Snapshot

With winds from the north, our temps may be a little cooler tomorrow and we can’t rule out a few scattered rain showers in the afternoon.

Nor'easter rain New England Wednesday afternoon


Wednesday Temperatures 





7 Day Forecast

The best weather of the week should be on Thursday and Friday.

This weekend we may see the return of rain to Southern Maryland, then expand to the beaches.

The next region-wide weather influencer will be stormy weather by next Monday.


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