Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 03/01/2024 03:30:03 pm




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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

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Moon Phase

Waning Gibbous

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February 12 Weather Heavy Rain Ends With Snow And Winter Storm Alerts

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February 12, 2024

Monday Morning Update 


This morning may begin with drizzle and fog in some areas. It will be an otherwise dry, mild day. The next storm will arrive with heavy rain tonight, which could bring up to 2 inches of rainfall. Then, colder air will change this over to a wet snow for  Tuesday Morning. 

The lack of really cold air will limit the impact locally. There are, however, Winter Weather Advisories and Storm Warnings to the mountains west and north. The travel problems on Tuesday will include metro New York and New England. 

Morning Temperatures

Already a mild start, thanks to the cloud cover. 

February 12 weather temperatures Monday morning


Morning Surface Weather

Some drizzle and fog around the Chesapeake Bay, but otherwise, we are in the lull before the next storm. 

Rain will arrive from the south by this evening. It will be heavy tonight, and then the storm will crank as the colder upper level energy from the central US will catch up. This is the piece that will enhance. 

February 12 weather Monday morning


Afternoon Temperatures 

February 12 weather temperatures Monday afternoon


Storm Forecast: Monday Afternoon to Tuesday Evening

As Low Pressure tracks our way, it will bring heavy rain tonight, then pull colder air for a change over Tuesday morning. 

February 12 weather forecast snow Tuesday

Snapshot Tuesday Morning

February 12 weather storm snow Tuesday

Winter Weather Alerts

The heavy snow accumulation will be in the mountains of far Western Maryland and to the north. This has a chance for some impact around Hagerstown, which is why they have a Winter Weather Advisory in place.

Locally, the marginal temperatures may allow for slushy snow on the grass in areas just north/west of Baltimore. Local roads should remain wet with the temperatures above freezing. 

February 12 winter storm warning advisory Tuesday


Rain Forecast

Much of our region is in line to receive 1 to 2 inches of rainfall. 

February 12 weather rain storm total




TODAY February 12

Sunrise at 7:02 AM

Sunset at 5:40 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  26ºF

Record 5ºF in 1899

Normal High in Baltimore: 46ºF

Record 73ºF 1999


9.1 inches


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Tuesday Weather 

The back edge of the cold air will catch up to the last few hours of the storm. The morning may have snow falling into Baltimore. This would lower visibility, but still too warm to stick.

Morning Temperatures 

February 12 weather temperatures Tuesday Morning


Radar Simulation Snapshots

7 AM

February 12 weather radar snow Tuesday 7 AM


10 AM

Even the ‘upper’ Eastern Shore may get in on brief snow before ending. 

February 12 weather radar snow Tuesday 10 AM



Afternoon Temperatures

February 12 weather temperatures Tuesday Afternoon



Weekend Storm:

Animation Friday to Sunday

I hesitate to give anything more than this suggestion: A Rain/Snow mix is worth watching for Saturday. I still do not see the needed arctic air for full impact. It might be another slushy snow event. Stay tuned. 

February 12 weekend storm snow rain


7 Day Outlook

The week will remain with near to below normal temps… but not much arctic air.  

Valentine’s Day will be chilly, then another Rain/Snow mix to watch for the weekend. 

February 12 weather forecast 7 day Monday


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