Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 12/01/2023 01:50:03 pm


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Sun Rise

07:06 AM

Sun Set

04:44 PM

Day Length

09:38 Hours


1 min 14 sec loss

Moon Rise

08:34 PM

Moon Set

11:09 AM

Next: Last Quarter

Dec 05,2023

Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

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September 29 Coastal Storm Brings Drizzle And Showers Then Second Summer By Sunday

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September 29, 2023

Friday Morning Update

This will hopefully be the last time we have to talk about the Ghost of Ophelia. This coastal storm is getting a little extra burst of wind sending in more moisture today and tomorrow.

The better chance to get and stay wet will be near the Bay to the Beaches, mainly with drizzle and a few rain showers.

The wind flow from the North will keep us cool today, then gradually improve over the weekend.

The final push will be felt in the western areas on Saturday, then for the rest of the region by Sunday. This will bring us sunshine and warm many back to the 80s for a few days.

Note: The Harvest Super Moon was this morning. This is enhancing the higher tides and some shoreline flooding.


Morning Surface Weather

The remnant Low (ghost) of Ophelia has gained a little more strength. This is working with High Pressure in New England to funnel in moisture FROM THE EAST.

September 29 weather Friday morning


Wind Forecasts

The one difference I noticed was the wind direction. A slightly closer Low Pressure may result in winds more from the North as opposed to the Northeast. That could work in our favor to bring in less moisture.

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September 29 weather wind forecast Friday


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  • 5:57 PM

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September 29 weather radar rain forecast


Temperatures  at 4 PM

September 29 weather forecast temperatures Friday afternoon



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TODAY September 29

Sunrise at 7:01 AM

Sunset at 6:53 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  54ºF

Record 38ºF in 1951

Normal High in Baltimore: 75ºF

Record 91ºF 1945


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The wind flow from the North and Northeast will be more pronounced by the Bay and to the Beaches.  We may end up with some breaks of sun in the morning and later in the afternoon, but there will be a period of clouds in the middle.

More likely to have drizzle and rain showers around Delmarva and the Beaches.



September 29 weather forecast temperatures Saturday morning


Wind Forecast

September 29 weather forecast wind Saturday afternoon



September 29 weather forecast temperatures Saturday afternoon


Looking Ahead: Jet Stream

Saturday to Thursday

After we can kick this trough off the coast, a ridge with High Pressure will build in a warmer wind.

September 29 weather jet stream October

Snapshot Monday, October 2

The ridge of High Pressure is what will bring in a warmer air mass for much of next week. It will lock in on Monday.

This may end up being our warmest day of the week, but it will remain nice.

September 29 jet stream October

7 Day Forecast

The improvement should be here on Sunday. The stretch of sunshine should last most of next week.

September 29 weather forecast 7 Day Friday


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