November 30 Weather Rainy Plus Strong Winds The Bigger Story

November 30 2022

Wednesday Morning Update

This last day of the month will be memorable. Today’s weather system has already brought in the rain a little earlier than expected, and it will expand across the region for the morning commute. See the live radar and forecast simulation to compare below.

However, the main story today will be about strong winds that could reach 50 mph. the strongest winds are likely with the final line of storms passing metro areas between 2 PM and 4 PM.

Advisory Map

The Wind Advisories as of this morning are confined to the mountains (for now) with Small Craft Advisories on the Bay. I would still consider securing your outside decorations and pay attention to any wind restrictions.

Also See: MDOT Road Information

Headlines

  • Morning: Rain steady 7 AM to 11 AM, Breezy
  • Midday: Showers
  • Afternoon: Winds Gust to 50 mph (3 PM to 6 PM)

Peak Wind Gusts

Most areas will have gusts approaching the 45 to 50 mph range.

Reminder: This can knock down tree branches, holiday decorations, take trash cans down the street, and possibly lead to some restrictions on bridges.

If you are flying or meeting someone arriving, there may be delays, and definitely turbulence to talk about.

Morning Temperatures

Notice the 20s and 30s in the Mid West… That is the air mass moving in behind this weather system.

Locally we will have a mild morning with southerly winds pushing mid 40s to near 50ºF.

Morning Surface Weather

A strong cold front is moving through eastern Ohio and will cross our region this afternoon. A Mesolow/Wave is trying to develop in northern Georgia out of the severe complex from yesterday. This will enhance the rain for southern areas in addition to the instability above.

If you are flying there maybe delays, definitely turbulence!

Forecast Snapshot (7 AM)

The HRRR Model is updated the most frequently, and yet the rain again arrived earlier than shown here. Compare to the live radar below.

Live Radar Widget

Radar Simulation

7 AM to 7 PM

November 30 storm radar rain forecast

Key Timeframes

Noon

The steady rain will be moving east, but scattered showers will continue into the afternoon.

3 P.M

This is the cold front, or squall line. The final push of rain and strongest wind gusts are expected within an hour or two of this passing.

3 PM Temperatures

This shows that cold front very well. With the wind gusts, temps will drop at least 10 degrees.

Wind Forecast

7 AM to 7 PM

November 30 weather wind forecast

Peak Wind Gusts

Most areas will have gusts approaching the 45 to 50 mph range.

Reminder: This can knock down tree branches, holiday decorations, take trash cans down the street, and possibly lead to some restrictions on bridges.

If you are flying or meeting someone arriving, there may be delays, definitely turbulence to talk about.

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CLIMATE DATE

TODAY November 30

Normal Low in Baltimore: 33ºF

Record 12ºF in 1929

SNOW: 8.4 inches in 1967

Normal High in Baltimore: 52ºF

Record 74ºF 1933

NEW REPORTS:

Record Snow Cover Across The Northern Hemisphere

Snow Cover Now At 56 Year High In The Northern Hemisphere

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Thursday Temperatures

Morning

Much colder and still breezy.

Afternoon

Chilly and some wind chill may be worth mentioning.

7 Day Forecast

The 3 day cycle seems to be on repeat.

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I see many factors to support colder influence with multiple systems. Early and later in winter. Check it out.

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CONNECTION TO WINTER?

If you want a snowy winter, this is what you might want to look for in the rest of the tropical season. (You might be seeing a lot of commercial snow removal people out this Winter).

Record August For No Named Tropical Storms: Closer Look At Snow Following

Wooly Bear Caterpillars

Winter Weather Outlook From The Wooly Bear Caterpillar

Persimmon Seeds

Winter Weather Outlook: Persimmon Seeds And Snow Folklore

Click to see Top 20 and MORE

Winter Weather Folklore Top 20 And More Outlook Signals From Nature For Cold And Snow

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