Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 06/06/2023 11:50:04 am




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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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May 15 Pleasant Today Rain Tomorrow Then Cooler

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May 15, 2023

Monday Morning Update

We have a really nice start to the work week. High Pressure is in control and the air is a little crisp. However, there are still high clouds mixed in across the sky. So perhaps not a deep blue sky, but it will be pleasant and bright.

The next weather system will arrive on Tuesday as rain develops in the afternoon. This will be followed by a few cooler days, then more rain this weekend. Yes, it seems like every weekend has rainy days this year.


Temperatures at 6 AM

May 15 weather temperatures Monday morning


Morning Surface Weather

May 15 weather Monday morning


Afternoon Temperatures

Another pleasant day.

May 15 weather temperatures Monday afternoon

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TODAY May 15

Normal Low in Baltimore:  53ºF

Record 41ºF in 1984

Normal High in Baltimore: 75ºF

Record 96ºF 1962


Tuesday Weather

Radar Simulation 8 AM to Midnight

Rain will arrive in the afternoon, then shift south in the evening.

May 15 weather rain radar Tuesday


Snapshot: 4 PM

It looks like a wet afternoon across central Maryland. Less rain north AND watching heavier rain or thunderstorms passing south. This looks similar to what we just saw this past weekend.

May 15 weather rain Tuesday




May 15 weather temperatures Tuesday morning


May 15 weather temperatures Tuesday afternoon


Storm Animations

Tuesday Afternoon to Saturday Afternoon

Rain Tuesday afternoon, then dry for a few days. Next rain arriving perhaps in time for Preakness.

May 15 weather rain forecast week


Closer View This Weekend

Saturday Morning To Sunday Evening

I would not get hung up on the timing for now as we tend to see rain events arriving faster. It does look like wet weather arriving Saturday and lasting into Sunday.

May 15 weather rain weekend

Preakness Snapshot

It is important to note that here we see a line of rain arriving mid to late afternoon. That is time for the Preakness Stakes. However, there may be an adjustment to this moving in sooner.

May 15 weather rain Preakness Saturday

7 Day Forecast

Rain on Tuesday afternoon will be followed by a few cooler days. The weekend does look more wet now. This includes rain or storms arriving Saturday and lasting into Sunday.

may 15 weather forecast 7 day Monday



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