Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 03/01/2024 02:20:03 pm


Mostly Cloudy


Dew Point
Relative Humidity


Feels Like


Wind (SSE)


Air Pressure


Sun Rise

06:38 AM

Sun Set

05:59 PM

Day Length

11:21 Hours


2 min 32 sec gain

Moon Rise

07:00 PM

Moon Set

09:16 AM

Next: Last Quarter

Mar 03,2024

Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

Average Low



Average High
Record Low




Record High

November 30 Beginning To Turn Mild With Rain On Friday

Maryland Weather
climate data
rain timeline

November 30, 2023

Thursday Morning Update

We are turning the corner on this last day of November. Yesterday was the coldest in many months, but the temperature at BWI reached 40ºF, keeping the trend that the weather station is warmer than all surroundings.

The streak continues with the last day in the 30s (there) on February 25. We may make a run for it later next week.

Morning Temperatures

Another chilly start but the afternoon will warm up.

November 30 weather temperatures Thursday morning


Morning Surface Weather

High Pressure is still in control and shifting off the coast. After our chilly start, the winds (light) from the south will help bring temps back to the 50s for a few days.

A developing storm will begin to expand rain from Lower Mississippi River Valley our way on Friday.

November 30 weather Thursday morning


Wind Forecast 7 AM to 7 PM

The airflow will be light but will be shifting FROM the South.

November 30 weather wind forecast Thursday


Snapshot at 3 PM

A light southerly wind will help to bring temperatures back to the 50s.

November 30 weather wind forecast Thursday afternoon


Afternoon Temperatures

November 30 weather temperatures Thursday afternoon



TODAY November 30

Sunrise at 7:06 AM

Sunset at 4:45 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  33ºF

Record 12ºF in 1929

Normal High in Baltimore: 52ºF

Record 74ºF 1933


Winter Outlook Reports:

Winter Outlook Reports:

My Winter Outlook: More Snow

Snow Outlook Winter 2024


El Niño Winter Updates

Late November: Warm Water Shifts West In Pacific Could Mean More Snow For Eastern US

El Nino Sea Surface Temperatures November 22


Computer Models Support East Coast Storm Track

Winter Precipitation El Nino CFSv2 Model


El Niño Advisory

The latest NOAA report is confident in a Very Strong event. Possibly HISTORIC! This refers to the temperatures in the Pacific, with impacts on the US Winter Storm Track.

El Nino November 2023 



Winter Weather Folklore: Top 20 and more signals from nature for snow.


NOAA’s Winter Outlook 2024

Winter Outlook 2024 From Two Farmers Almanacs Return to Cold and Snow


Subscribe for eMail Alerts

Weather posts straight to your inbox

Sign up and be the first to know!

Friday Morning Temperatures

November 30 weather temperatures Friday morning


Radar Simulation: 7 AM to 7 PM

The morning may start wet in the mountains, then expand to metro areas by lunchtime. The afternoon may be soggy at times. The best description I can give you is: Showers with periods of rain that may last a few hours.

November 30 weather radar rain Friday


Afternoon Temperatures

November 30 weather temperatures Friday afternoon


Storm Simulation: Friday Morning To Monday Morning

Not a major storm, but the showers will build in from the south on Friday, and then another storm system will bring us rain on Sunday with showers into Monday.

November 30 weather storm Friday Sunday

Jet Stream Simulation: Friday To Wednesday

After the mild weekend, colder air will arrive on Monday and will be reinforced on Wednesday.

November 30 weather jet stream weekend


7 Day Forecast

Mild temperatures take us into the weekend. The rain will not be heavy or all day washouts. There will be showers and periods of rain that may last a few hours.

Colder air returns next week.

November 30 weather forecast 7 day Thursday


Explore More

Maryland Snow Climate History And Other Winter Pages

Faith in the Flakes Gear


STEM Assemblies/In School Fields Trips Are Back

Click to see more and ‘Book’ a visit to your school


Subscribe for eMail Alerts

Weather posts straight to your inbox

Sign up and be the first to know!


Please share your thoughts and best weather pics/videos, or just keep in touch via social media



I am aware there are some spelling and grammar typos and occasional other glitches. I take responsibility for my mistakes and even the computer glitches I may miss. I have made a few public statements over the years, but if you are new here, you may have missed it: I have dyslexia and found out during my second year at Cornell University. It didn’t stop me from getting my meteorology degree and being the first to get the AMS CBM in the Baltimore/Washington region. One of my professors told me that I had made it that far without knowing and to not let it be a crutch going forward. That was Mark Wysocki, and he was absolutely correct! I do miss my mistakes in my own proofreading. The autocorrect spell check on my computer sometimes does an injustice to make it worse. I also can make mistakes in forecasting. No one is perfect at predicting the future. All of the maps and information are accurate. The ‘wordy’ stuff can get sticky.  There has been no editor who can check my work when I need it and have it ready to send out in a newsworthy timeline. Barbara Werner is a member of the web team that helps me maintain this site. She has taken it upon herself to edit typos when she is available. That could be AFTER you read this. I accept this and perhaps proves what you read is really from me… It’s part of my charm.