BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There is a line of showers moving into central Maryland and it will be crossing the area around midday, but that will be pretty much it as far as precip is concerned. There has been some clearing off to the west and with the surface low exiting to your north, assuming that is what happens, we should be able to get the clouds to break in at least parts of the viewing area this afternoon. Some of these places can see temperatures spike well into the 50s, while other places get no higher than the lower 40s.
It will be much milder later Wednesday, but it will turn sharply colder tonight after the “storm of epic proportions” in the Midwest heads into New England and eventually offshore.
It will be dry and cold Thursday, then a modest recovery (if any at all) occurs on Friday. Saturday, a storm will be moving up the East Coast looks like it will mostly consist of rain in your area, but the global models still have me concerned that there may be a period of snow, or a “wintry mix” occurring for a while on Saturday morning before the storm makes a transition over to rain.
Have a good day !!!