BALTIMORE (WJZ) — High pressure located over southeastern Canada is pushing some very chilly air into the mid-Atlantic region. You’ll notice it the minute you step outside early Thursday morning and pretty much throughout the entire day.
Temperatures were in the lower-60s Wednesday with a gusty breeze occurring ahead of that cold front we had talked about — and Thursday morning, they are mostly in the 20s, and only destined to reach the upper-30s to around 40 Thursday afternoon.
It will be dry Thursday night, and Friday will offer some early sun which should start to fade behind clouds in the afternoon. Moisture associated with a warm front should cause a band of precipitation Friday night and early on Saturday that will bring rain, sleet and snow to areas well to the north and west of Maryland (it is more likely to raining at daybreak on Saturday in Buffalo than it is in Baltimore). However, as the weekend unfolds, while it will be noticeably milder with temperatures returning to the lower-60s, there should be some rain around here, too. It should begin either late on Saturday night or early Sunday, and then the steadiest and heaviest of the rain should occur Sunday afternoon and early Sunday night.
Have a good day!!!