Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 10/04/2023 10:50:04 pm




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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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June 10 Warmer Weekend Plus Drought Update And Needed Rain On The Way

Maryland Weather
climate data

June 10, 2023

Saturday Morning Update

We are back into a near-normal weather setup. The majority of the smoke has dispersed and our temperatures will be warming up this weekend. So getting and staying outside is encouraged.

We have a growing drought, so our outlook for rain on Monday is welcome. While this will be the first region-wide rain since May 21, and we could get a decent soaking, it will only make a dent in our deficit.  Let’s take a look.

Air Quality Trends

Baltimore, MD

If you noticed the improvement yesterday, it has continued through today.

June 10 air quality trend Baltimore

Saturday Morning Air Quality

Most of the region is in the Moderate to Good range.

June 10 air quality Saturday morning


Morning Surface Weather

High Pressure will allow for more sun and a warmer wind. This will pump us up to the mid-80s today and we will be approaching 90ºF tomorrow.

The storm in the central US will organize and reach us with needed rain on Monday.

June 10 weather Saturday morning


Drought Update

A Moderate Drought is expanding in our region.

As of this morning, Baltimore is 8.43 inches below average rainfall for the year.


June 10 drought Northeast

Closer Look:


June 10 drought Maryland



June 10 drought Pennsylvania


4 PM Afternoon Temperatures

We will have a dry day with a mostly sunny to partly cloudy sky.

June 10 weather temperatures Monday afternoon



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TODAY June 10

Normal Low in Baltimore:  61ºF

Record 49ºF in 1960


Normal High in Baltimore: 83ºF

Record 97ºF 1964


Morning Temperatures

June 10 weather temperatures Sunday morning


Afternoon Temperatures

June 10 weather temperatures Sunday afternoon


Rain Outlook

Sunday Morning to Tuesday Morning

The development of the storm to our west will first help pump in that warmer air ahead of it. The rain for our region appears to be timing out for an afternoon and evening opportunity on Monday.

June 10 weather rain forecast

Snapshot Monday Afternoon/Evening

Rain will be expanding all day, so by 5 PM most of the region is likely to be wet.

June 10 weather rain forecast Monday


Rain Total Potential

This product is not precise and often shifts.. but this gives us an idea of many of the areas with the potential to get 1/2 inch of rain or more.

June 10 weather rain forecast total


7 Day Forecast

We get rewarded with a summer-like weekend followed by rain on Monday. This may be something that develops during the day into the afternoon and evening. It will be followed by another stretch of dry days. So the drought will still be a concern.

June 10 weather forecast 7 day Saturday



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