The weather will be dry for the next two days around here.
Although there is a ‘clipper’ sliding across the northern Great Lakes early Friday morning and it is dragging a warm front through the Ohio Valley, all of the flurries and snow showers associated with it will pass well to the north and west of Baltimore.
WE WILL, however, be getting a decent dose of high and mid-level clouds around here… Temperatures will be in the mid and upper-30s this afternoon, with much less wind than we’ve seen earlier this week.
Friday night will be a cold one, and then Saturday, look for most temperatures to reach the mid-40s. The next storm to move out of the Midwest on Sunday will reach the Northeast’s interior on Sunday night.
Because we will be located on the “warm side” of the storm, any precipitation that gets started around here late on Saturday night should be in the form of rain (with most low temperatures close to 40, and well above the freezing mark). The rain we are anticipating on Sunday will average 0.50″ to 1.00″, and a decent soaking will be accompanied by temperatures that will at least approach 50.
It will be much colder Sunday night and early next week, with strong wind gusts and our next arctic blast reaching the mid-Atlantic states. No big storms, but just another period of very windy and cold weather during the first half of next week. Have a good weekend !!!