Sunday March 22 2020

After a chilly start with some inland areas getting frost or a hard freeze, we will remain chilly. The weather set up is something we were missing all winter.

This includes cold High Pressure in Canada that will bring in a chilly wind from the east. This could increase clouds and stir up some sprinkles this afternoon. To the south is a developing storm that will become a Nor’easter off of the coast.

Now that we are essentially all in some form of a COVID19 quarantine, monitoring the time we can get outside might become more valuable. I will continue to update the weather daily for our region to highlight that.

Morning Weather


If this was December through February, we would have a snowstorm on our hands. While the limited cold air may allow the to start as snow inland, it will be a chilly but heavy rain much of Monday.  Following will be a gradual warm up during the week, but more rain likely Wednesday and next weekend.

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Sunday March 22, 2020 in Baltimore

Average High:  56ºF

Record High: 86ºF in 1907

Average  Low: 35ºF

Record Low:  19ºF in 1885

                      *Record Snow 3.4 in 1914

Sunrise: 7:05 AM 

Sunset 7:20 PM 

*Daylight = 2:35 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 50ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 


Sunday Afternoon

The breeze from the east will make it feel chilly and could increase the clouds. Less sun will make if feel colder.


Sprinkles or showers may develop between 4 and 6 PM



The developing storm will be evolving over our region. Some snow will break out in PA, while rain will be arriving from Virginia and into Central Maryland.

We could have some sleet or snow fill in the blanks shown here north of Baltimore and south of York… but it will be early in the morning.


Monday Morning Temperatures 

Storm Animation:

This will be a Nor’easter and produce a decent snowfall for northern New England.  But in the rain section, there will be wind all along the coast for two days.

See our local simulation slider below.


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Rain Total


Monday High Temperatures 


Tuesday Temperatures 



Looking Ahead

This is an active pattern that will bring us more rain on Wednesday, then again on Friday that could extend into next weekend.


Temperature Outlook 



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Baltimore history of snowless February(s) and winters when March brought the most snow:

Click here to see more: March Snow After Winter Has Been Slow


Winter Outlook Series:

My Call For Snowfall Winter 2019-2020





Snowy Winters Following A Hot and Dry September


NOAA Winter Outlook Leaves Room For More Snow With Mild ‘Seasonal Average’ Temperatures





Other  Links:

See the maps for when we normally expect the first frost in this link.

Baltimore Weather At BWI May Not Be As Hot As Reported

Construction at the airport close to the weather station may be added artificial heat. Click here or the image for the details.



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