By Tim Williams

We’re going to have a dry, but another relatively cold day across Maryland as a weak ridge of high pressure moves across the region. There will be clouds as well as sunshine, because high clouds will be “peeling away from” an area of disturbed weather that is causing some snow showers in areas surrounding the Great Lakes Friday morning.  There probably will be some breaks in the clouds in the afternoon.

Friday night, it’ll be partly cloudy and cold.  A “clipper” in the Great Lakes late Friday night and Saturday morning will be moving across upstate New York Saturday night and New England on Sunday.

Therefore, we must allow for the possibility of a couple of flurries or a snow shower Saturday evening, and then temperatures on Sunday will at least “make a run at 40” before noticeably colder air moves in for Sunday night and early Monday.

A complex-looking storm coming up early next week will probably have air associated with it that is mild enough to bring the area rain on Tuesday.  However, we can’t totally rule out the possibility of that precipitation starting as a bit of snow or ice late on Monday night or Tuesday morning.

It’ll be turning colder once again by the middle and later stages of next week.

Have a good day !!!


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