Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 10/04/2023 10:10:03 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

Next: Last Quarter

Oct 06,2023

Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

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June 9 Less Smoke And More Thunderstorms This Afternoon

Maryland Weather
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June 9, 2023

Friday Morning Update

The good news is that we have passed the worst of the smoke. The air quality has improved a lot, but we still have smoke lingering.  There is still an air quality alert for our region plus a Code Orange forecast. We do expect more clearing this weekend.

Friday Morning Smoke

Most of the region west of the Chesapeake Bay is in the Moderate Range. The Eastern Shore and Delmarva to Eastern PA are still unhealthy.

June 9 air quality Friday morning


Air Quality Trends

Baltimore, MD

This represents a dramatic improvement since yesterday, but still on the edge of unhealthy this morning.

June 9 air quality trend Friday


Air Quality Alert

Hopefully the last day of this stretch.

June 9 air quality alert

Smoke Forecast

Friday Morning To Saturday Night

While there is still smoke flowing our way, the concentration will be diminished.

June 9 weather smoke forecast



Radar Simulation:

Rain Forecast Noon to 10 PM

Scattered rain showers will help to mix in clearing the air. They will also bring in a cool down.

June 9 weather rain radar Friday


4 PM Snapshot

Scattered showers will develop during the afternoon. Chances you get wet are about 40%.

June 9 radar storm Friday afternoon


4 PM Afternoon Temperatures

This will be comfortably cool for the season, but very deceiving haze will make it look hazy and humid.

Reminder: That code red is a suggestion for all to limit outdoor activities and workouts.

There is a 20% chance for an isolated rain shower.

June 9 weather temperatures Friday afternoon



Building Drought As We Begin June

2023 Hurricane Season Forecast With An El Niño Watch

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TODAY June 9

Normal Low in Baltimore:  61ºF

Record 45ºF in 1997

Normal High in Baltimore: 83ºF

Record 100ºF 2011

Saturday Weather

Morning Temperatures

June 9 weather temperatures Saturday morning

Afternoon Temperatures

June 9 weather temperatures Saturday afternoon


Rain Outlook

Saturday to Monday Night

Our weekend will be warm and dry…. Even HOT on Sunday. Then we look towards Monday for the best chance of rain. Not a drought buster, but it may help dampen the ground.

June 9 weather rain forecast


7 Day Forecast

After today, the weekend will warm up AND our air quality should improve. The next chance for rain will be on Monday.

June 9 weather forecast 7 day Friday


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Also See: 

La Niña Has Ended. El Niño May Return By Fall


Aurora Photos From Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia

Aurora Northern Lights April 23 Deep Creek Lake Maryland


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