Tuesday November 12 2019

We have already hit the high temperature for the day. A strong cold front will arrive this morning, and it begins with rain. Temps will fall quickly for most areas reaching the 20s or colder across the state tonight. Snow will develop behind the front then spread our way. The excitement of watching snow falling should be contained by lack of stickage. FITF- Most of us should see snow falling later this morning into the afternoon starting from the northern suburbs of Baltimore and then reaching lower Delmarva.


Wet Roads For Most

The ground is warm and temps should stay above freezing during the day! So, the roads will remain wet. Western Maryland could see 1 to 3 inches in Garrett County. The burst of snow may be stronger on Delmarva this afternoon. This could coat the grass there. The once concern will be wet roads as temps crash after sunset that could get a little icy tonight on The Lower Eastern Shore. See the simulation sliders below


  • Morning Rain: Falling Temps Quickly!
  • Snow Showers Develop In Metro Areas 9 AM to Noon.
  • Metro Snow Likely On Wet Roads
  • Snow Burst Develops In Southern MD and Delmarva Noon to 4 PM.
  • Delmarva Snow May Coat Grass. Wet Roads After Sunset Could Get Icy
  • Winter Weather Advisory in Garrett County (1-3 inches)


Local Weather Stats:

Tuesday November 12, 2019 in Baltimore

Average High:  58ºF

Record High: 78ºF in 1879

Average  Low: 38ºF

Record Low:  18ºF in 1957

Sunrise: 6:46 AM

Sunset 4:54 PM  

*Daylight = 2:00 shorter than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 56ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House

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Morning Temperatures


Radar Simulations (Compare HRRR to NAM 3 Km)

  • A lull after the rain and snow developing in metro areas between 9 AM and noon
  • Burst of moderate to heavy snow on Delmarva AFTER 12 PM Noon

HRRR Rain/Snow Timeline —> slider 

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NAM 3 Km Rain/Snow Timeline —> slider 

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HRRR Temperature Timeline —> slider 
Compare to snow times above and see the temps remain ABOVE 32ºF until after it passes. Wind Chills become a factor later today
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Cold Air Wednesday


It will feel like the 20s or colder all afternoon