Monday March 29 2021
Today marks the most extreme weather day on the calendar in Baltimore from the most snow to the hottest for March just three years apart.
Today, chilly air has spilled in with the push of strong wind overnight. The winds will remain gusty this morning, but ease by evening. We have a pleasant day tomorrow, then another rainy day mid week, followed by even colder air to begin April.
Morning Surface Weather
The cold front has moved through. This has been responsible for the gusty winds. Winds will increase this morning, but settle down by later this afternoon. See the Wind Timeline slider below.
Wind Timeline —-> slider
This is one of the most EXTREME Days historically in Baltimore. It marks the hottest temperature recorded in March, but three years earlier also the snowiest day for the month, ONLY THREE YEARS APART!
Normal Low in Baltimore: 37ºF; Record 33ºF in 1887
Normal High in Baltimore: 58ºF, Record 90ºF 1945
Snow: 21.9” in 1942
High Temperature Forecast
Central Maryland Forecast Snapshot
Tomorrow will be pleasant, then more rain on Wednesday will end Thursday morning with a colder day to start the new month.
Wednesday Rain May End With Some Snow (Inland) Thursday Morning
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