Conditions: Baltimore, Maryland, 04/24/2024 12:20:05 pm


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06:16 AM

Sun Set

07:53 PM

Day Length

13:37 Hours


2 min 19 sec gain

Moon Rise

08:56 PM

Moon Set

06:23 AM

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February 28 Wind Advisory Plus Strong Storm This Evening

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February 28 2024

Wednesday Morning Update 

A powerful storm responsible for pumping in the warm air AND severe weather will be reaching us today. The winds will peak this evening as a cold front arrives. Gusts may reach or breach 50 mph. As a result, wind restrictions have been issued for The Bay Bridge.

Rain showers will be off and on during the day. A powerful squall line will arrive this evening. Across that boundary the temperatures may drop 30 degrees. 

Wind Advisory

February 28 wind advisory


Morning Surface Weather

We have already had showers, and the gusty winds are building. Strong storms with a cold front from the Midwest will reach us this evening.

Colder air will spill in behind that and reach us for one day tomorrow.

February 28 weather Wednesday morning storm


Live Radar and Lightning Widget 



Afternoon Temperatures

February 28 weather temperatures Wednesday afternoon


Evening Temperatures 

February 28 weather temperatures Wednesday evening

Evening Wind

The peak wind gusts will be with the cold front!

February 28 wind forecast


Radar Snapshot 

February 28 weather radar storm Wednesday evening


Radar Simulation: Noon to Midnight 

February 28 weather Wednesday storm radar



TODAY February 28

Sunrise at 6:41 AM

Sunset at 5:58 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  30ºF

Record 5ºF in 1934

Normal High in Baltimore: 50ºF

Record 71ºF 1903


11.3 inches



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Thursday Weather

Morning Temperatures

February 28 weather temperatures Thursday morning


Wind Forecast 7 AM to 3 PM

Gusts over 30 mph

February 28 weather wind forecast Thursday


Afternoon Temperatures 

February 28 weather temperatures Thursday afternoon


Looking Ahead: Friday Morning To Saturday Evening

A quick little system will bring in rain later on Friday, overnight, and ending on Saturday morning. 

February 28 weather rain storm Friday


7 Day Outlook

Briefly cooler tomorrow, then back to the 50s and 60s this weekend. While early next week looks warm, there is still one more arctic blast expected into March. 

February 28 weather forecast 7 day Wednesday


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