Monday March 23 2020

A Noreaster is developing off of the coast today. The combination of this storm and some energy to the west will bring our region a chilly rain and a late season snowfall to our north in New York and New England. Some of those places could get 3 to 6 inches of snow.

We are in the COVID19 State of Emergency and it needs to be mentioned. If there is any good out of this, it will keep more people inside as Pennsylvania enacts a Shelter In Place. See the rain timeline below.

More rain is likely again on Wednesday and the upcoming weekend. But there will be times in between to get out for fresh air. We just need to be more careful about it.

Morning Weather

Some snow and sleet have mixed in north of Baltimore. No stickage is expected and a quick change to rain will happen.



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Monday March 23, 2020 in Baltimore

Average High:  56ºF

Record High: 82ºF in 1907

Average  Low: 36ºF

Record Low:  19ºF in 1885

                      *Record Snow 3.6 in 194

Sunrise: 7:04 AM 

Sunset 7:21 PM 

*Daylight = 2:35 longer than yesterday 

*Bay Water Temperature = 49ºF at Thomas Pt. Light House 


Rain Today

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Heavier Rain On Delmarva, but showers will feed back in from the west most of the day.

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Rainfall Forecast


Temperature Forecast


Tuesday Temperatures 

It will be a dry day





More rain on the way



Looking Ahead

Rain expected Wednesday, then some showers on Friday will likely lead to a wet 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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