Wednesday March 24 2021

So far this rain event has lived up to expectations and then some.  This is only the third day this month with measurable rain in Baltimore this month. As of noon, the hourly rain reports add up to 1.03″, with more continuing to fall. This should get us to what models forecasted, and possibly surpass it.

Here you can see the updated rain simulation, as well as the Live Radar Widget. Also, Low Pressure may be passing through central Maryland later. We can spot it on the radar loop.


Rain Total As Of Noon (Doppler Estimate)

March 24 weather rain total noon Maryland



Surface Weather Map

Low Pressure was plotted to our south in North Carolina at Noon.  This is moving to the north within the circulation around the larger storm in the Minnesota. Keep scrolling and you might pick up on something interesting about the Low.

March 24 weather storm Noon Wednesday


Radar Loop

Check out this animation. The moderate to heavy rain is seen yellow and orange colors. Watch the bottom of the image. That circulation banding appears to be around Low Pressure that is pushing into southeast Virginia and heading north our way.  This is what will keep the heavier rain around for a few more hours.

March 24 weather rain radar afternoon


Radar Simulation –> slider

Compare to the Live Radar below.


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Live Radar





Severe Storm Outbreak In The South = Big Warm Up For US

Click here to see more about the tornado potential Thursday 

March 23 severe storm potential Thursday


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March Gains and Losses: Sun, Temps, Time, and Moon Phases This month.





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.

Local Hourly Forecasts and Local Radar
Central Maryland



Bel Air

Carroll County/Westminster




Ocean City

Dover DE

Southern Maryland

Patuxent River 

Washington DC





National Weather Service Adds Maryland Cecil And Garrett Counties




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