Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 10/04/2023 11:00:04 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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Oct 06,2023

Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

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June 5 Cooler Winds But Needed Rain Will Be Sparse

Maryland Weather
climate data

June 5, 2023

Monday Morning Update

After a warm end to the weekend, cooler winds will build in this afternoon. This will keep us below average and build in more clouds this afternoon. It has been comfortable for outdoor activities, but the drought is growing with each dry day.

Not much rain is in sight. We have some isolated showers for tomorrow and more later in the week. But the region as a whole will remain dry this week. As for the heat, some of that will return by the weekend.

Morning Surface Weather

We continue to watch a stalled low off the coast of Maine. There is needed rain for that region, including Nova Scotia where wildfires had sent us smoke last week.

The regional air flow for us will be from the Northwest. This will bring us cooler air and increase the clouds this afternoon.

June 5 morning surface weather

4 PM Afternoon Temperatures

It will be a cooler day thanks to the winds from the Northwest.

June 5 temperatures Monday afternoon



Building Drought As We Begin June


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TODAY June 5

Normal Low in Baltimore:  59ºF

Record 44ºF in 1997

Normal High in Baltimore: 81ºF

Record 101ºF 1925



Morning Temperatures

June 5 weather temperatures Tuesday morning

Radar Simulation: Noon to 10 PM

The slight chance for storms will build in the afternoon. The odds you get one will be about 20% and if you do it’s likely to last less than 1/2 an hour.

June 5 weather Tuesday rain


Afternoon Temperatures

June 5 weather temperatures Tuesday afternoon



Storm Animation: Thursday to Friday

The unsettled upper air pattern will produce more showers. At this point, it looks like the focus may be more concentrated around the Chesapeake Bay to the coast. These are more scattered pop-up afternoon showers. Even local downpours will not be enough to ease the growing drought.

June 5 weather rain


7 Day Forecast

The week ahead may not be completely dry, but the chances for rain will be low.  The rain risk on Thursday and Friday may be higher, but will be concentrated near and east of the Chesapeake Bay.

June 5 weather 7 day Monday


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