Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 06/06/2023 12:50:03 pm




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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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Waning Gibbous

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March 31 Warming Breezy Today Strong Winds Saturday And Stormy

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March 31, 2023

Friday Morning

The weather headlines stretch over two days. This morning there is a Frost Advisory on Delmarva with low temps in the 30s in places where the growing season has begun.  The more widespread concern will be the very strong winds on Saturday. Currently there is a High Wind Watch in the mountains, but forecast plots suggest this may get expanded closer to the metro areas

Note: With the potential to have wind gusts in the 50 to 60+ mph range, there may be downed trees and power outages.

March 31 weather alerts wind watch frost



Morning Surface Weather

The strong storm responsible for the wind event on the way is located in the Northern Plains. The first impact we will get will be a building breeze with warmer temps today, followed by scattered showers this evening and tonight.

The core of the storm will remain to our north, however we will get some showers on Saturday and then a strong storm/squall line into the evening. That will be when the strongest winds and return of cooler air will arrive.

March 31 weather Friday morning



Morning Temperatures

March 31 weather temperatures Friday morning


Afternoon Wind Forecast

The breeze will be building from the Southwest, helping to push in the warm air.

March 31 weather wind forecast Friday


Afternoon Temperatures

Warmer air will be pushing in today and last overnight.

March 31 weather temperatures Friday afternoon


Radar Simulation

NAM 3 Km : Noon to Midnight

The rain will be steady in the mountains, but break up to showers for the rest of the region.

March 31 weather rain radar forecast Friday


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TODAY March 31

Normal Low in Baltimore:  38ºF

Record 20ºF in 1964

SNOW: 1.4″ in 1997

Normal High in Baltimore: 60ºF

Record 86ºF in 1998


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Saturday: Warming And Storming!

This will be a day with strong winds and surging temps. There will be rain showers, but also many dry hours in between.

The main concern will be in the evening. That is when a squall line will arrive.


Saturday Mornings Temperatures

March 31 weather temperatures Saturday morning


Saturday Morning Wind

March 31 wind forecast Saturday morning


Wind Forecast Animation

8 AM to 10 PM

March 31 wind forecast Saturday animation


Saturday Evening Wind

This is the time frame when the strongest winds are expected.

March 31 wind forecast Saturday evening


Peak Wind Gusts (Potential)

Note that top gusts may occur for only a few seconds, compared to a 1 minute average for ‘wind’.

March 31 wind forecast gusts Saturday


Storm Snapshot at 6 PM

We need to watch this squall line closely. It may include thunder, lightning, and damaging winds.

Behind it snow showers will return to the high mountains.

March 31 weather rain storm Saturday 6 pm


Radar Simulation

NAM 3 Km 8 AM to 8 PM

Scattered showers will be highlighted with the squall line in the evening. This will carry the strongest winds.

March 31 weather rain storm Saturday


7 Day Forecast

Once this storm passes, we will get one brief cool day, then most of next week will be very warm.

Right now the Orioles Home Opener appears warm with a chance for showers. This is not a promise and will be refined as we get closer.

March 31 weather forecast 7 day Friday


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