Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 10/04/2023 10:00:07 pm




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Sun Rise

07:05 AM

Sun Set

06:45 PM

Day Length

11:40 Hours


2 min 31 sec loss

Moon Rise

10:06 PM

Moon Set

01:07 PM

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Waning Gibbous

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May 27 Memorial Weekend Weather More Wet At Beaches

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May 27, 2023

Saturday Update

Most of our region will get another beautiful day, as expected. I know there has been a lot of talk about the chilly rain on the way and that has always been reserved for later in the weekend.

However, chilly winds have already brought in more clouds for Ocean City, and farther south it will be a washout weekend for the Carolinas.

We will get the remnants of that storm reaching the beaches on Sunday, and metro areas by Sunday night and Monday.

Temperatures at 7 AM

A very chilly start feeling more like Easter than Memorial Day Weekend.

May 27 weather temperatures Saturday Morning


Morning Surface Weather

The coastal storm we have been talking about is located east of Georgia this morning. Steady and very soggy rain is already locked in for the South and North Carolina beaches. This system will slowly move north and has already spread clouds across the sky into Ocean City, MD.

High Pressure in New York is providing a BLOCK, limiting the storm’s ability to reach us sooner.

It will eventually get here later in the weekend and in a weakened form.  But showers and cooler temps are still in our outlook.

May 27 weather Saturday morning


Afternoon Temperatures

The sun will dim from south to north during the day. Temps should still be warm for Baltimore and north, but a much cooler feel farther south.

May 27 weather forecast temperatures Saturday afternoon

Storm Forecast

Morning Set Up:

The reason for the slow-moving storm is due to High Pressure.

May 27 weather forecast Saturday morning storm

Forecast Animation Through Monday

That will help steer the storm inland, and weaken it as it tries to push north. We will get the rain gradually later Sunday and into Monday. Memorial Day weather will not be too memorable this year. But if you have outdoor honoring ceremonies to attend, it will be comfortable between the scattered showers.

May 27 weather forecast rain Memorial Day weekend


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TODAY May 27

Normal Low in Baltimore:  57ºF

Record 43ºF in 1961

Normal High in Baltimore: 78ºF

Record 95ºF 1965


Sunday Rain Forecast

6 AM to Midnight

We can see the rain already into Ocean City and slowly spreading inland and north. It may hold off for central Maryland until the evening and overnight.

May 27 weather radar rain Sunday



May 27 weather forecast radar Sunday noon


10 PM

May 27 weather forecast radar Sunday night



May 27 weather temperatures Sunday morning

Winds at Noon

This easterly flow is the reason for more clouds and cooler temperatures. That may help to develop some showers ahead of the larger storm.

Winds will be over 20 mph at the beaches.

May 27 weather wind forecast Sunday



May 27 weather temperatures Sunday afternoon

Memorial Day Monday

The chance of showers will remain.



May 27 weather temperatures Memorial Day Monday afternoon

Beach Forecast

Still expecting chilly winds and rain on Sunday, with showers continuing Monday.

May 27 beach weather forecast Memorial Day


7 Day Forecast

Not much change to this weekend, but next week is starting to show summer heat by the end of the week. If you open the pool now, then it may get some use with 90s on the way.

May 27 weather forecast 7 day Saturday




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