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


Mostly Cloudy


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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

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December 2 Weather Morning Fog Sunday Rain And Maybe Some Snow Next Week

Maryland Weather
climate data

December 2, 2023

Saturday Morning Update

The Friday afternoon and evening rain left a lot of residual moisture in the atmosphere. The net result has produced areas of thick fog with very low visibility. It seems the worst areas are around metro Baltimore and north along I-83 into Southern Pennsylvania.

A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for Central Maryland until 11 AM. Many areas have visibility under 1 mile.

Morning Visibility: Dense Fog Advisory Until 11 AM

Many areas have visibility under 2 miles, with metro Baltimore showing under 1 mile, making it dangerous in spots.

December 2 weather visibility Saturday morning


Morning Temperatures

There is a wide spread from the mid-40s for most of the central areas, 30s in the mountains, while mild 50s have crept into the Eastern Shore.

December 2 weather temperatures Saturday morning

Morning Surface Weather

We are stuck in a pattern across the Eastern US with another area of Low Pressure developing across the Gulf Coast. It will spread north to bring us more rain on Sunday.

December 2 weather Saturday morning


Afternoon Temperatures

December 2 weather temperatures Saturday afternoon




TODAY December 2

Sunrise at 7:07 AM

Sunset at 4:44 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  32ºF

Record 9ºF in 1967

Normal High in Baltimore: 51ºF

Record 72ºF 1970



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 



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Sunday Morning Temperatures

December 2 weather temperatures Sunday morning


Radar Simulation 6 AM to 6 PM

December 2 weather radar rain Sunday


Snapshot at Noon

December 2 weather radar rain Sunday Noon


Afternoon Temperatures

December 2 weather temperatures Sunday afternoon


Storm Simulation: Sunday to Wednesday

After this storm system, the next phase will be a clipper-type event that catches up with the next surge of cold air.  It may be cold enough to bring snow showers into the northern suburbs of Baltimore.

December 2 weather forecast rain snow


Snapshot Wednesday Morning

December 2 weather forecast rain snow Wednesday


Jet Stream Forecast: Sunday to Wednesday

December 2 weather forecast jet stream


Snapshot Wednesday Morning

The core of the cold air will be arriving with this clipper.

December 2 weather forecast jet stream Wednesday


7 Day Forecast

After our mild and damp weekend, the colder air will arrive in the middle of next week. It will be a two to three-day push, but definitely a sign of a new pattern emerging to trend colder.

December 2 weather forecast 7 Day

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