Sunday March 14
Daylight Saving Time kicked off with a BANG over Maryland and Virginia. This is the morning most of us sleep in after losing one hour on the clock, but thankfully there were a few up and ready to capture this incredible sky show.
Heads up: Some truly amazing photos and videos below. Please take a moment to follow each person on Twitter via their posts shown below.
Space X Falcon 9 And Milky Way
I want to start with what Peter Forister (@forecaster25) called ‘a dream shot’. This view is the second stage of Falcon 9 from Gordonsville, VA. 6:05 AM
Peter Forister has quite the collection of photos. As a thanks for tagging me and giving permission, please follow his account. You will enjoy his content.
High def photos from the SpaceX launch this morning from Central Virginia.
— Peter Forister ❄️☃️❄️ (@forecaster25) March 14, 2021
Let’s start with the dramatic Time Lapse from Robbie
— Robbie (@RobbMDWxMedia) March 14, 2021
Two more clips have been added to the timeline from Chris Brown in Mt. Airy, MD and Ricardo Sanchez in Virginia.
I saw this here in Virginia at Valley view park I work as a park maintenance there and I looked up in the sky and saw this…I took pictures and this video pic.twitter.com/RNR8sgMAVV
— Ricardo Sanchez (@PiPoTime) March 14, 2021
March 14 Quick Weather And Reset Stats
I could not think of a better way to wake up on a Sunday, which also happens to be Pi Day (3.14) and Albert Einstein’s birthday.
Sun In Baltimore
- Sunrise 7:18 AM
- Sunset 7:12 PM
- Length of Day = 11 hours 53 minutes and 46 seconds
- We gained 2 minutes and 35 seconds of daylight from yesterday.
- Average High/Low = 53ºF/33ºF
- Record High 83ºF 2007
- Record Low 24ºF 1993
- Record Snow: 5.8” in 1937
Red Flag Warning Fire Danger
The National Weather Service has expanded the outdoor risk today.
14 Local Maryland Pages (and York PA)
We have made a page for Maryland Weather which gives you the current conditions for 14 present area locations.
Please share your thoughts, best weather pics/video, or just keep in touch via social media
Facebook: Justin Berk, Meteorologist
*NEW* FITF TUMBLER
READY TO SHIP THIS WEEK
Winter Outlook Series
FITF Shop Open
My ‘bonus’ daughter Jaiden and wife showing off our popular Maryland Hoodies. Unisex and women’s items all produced in Maryland.
Click here to see this and many other new items.
Due to very dry conditions, most of our region runs the risk of wild fires. These can start from embers and quickly flare up. It is strongly discouraged to no have a fire pit or run a grill with charcoals.