BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Dry weather will prevail over the next couple of days as high pressure begins to slide into a position near the Carolinas and then eventually offshore (Thursday night and Friday). Temperatures should be in the mid-60s Thursday, and any low clouds or fog around early should break for plenty of sunshine. It will be clear Thursday night, and then Friday will be even warmer with temperatures in the mid and upper-70s.
There will be a cool front approaching the area Friday night and early on Saturday. As a wave of low pressure starts to form along this front, there could be a bit of rain or some drizzle around, especially very late Friday night and early Saturday. But the biggest impact this front will have is lowering the temperature by nearly 20 degrees, or to be more precise. Temperatures on Saturday afternoon will be roughly 20 degrees lower than Friday’s.
Sunday appears to be the better day of the two this weekend, with sunshine for the most part, but temperatures will still be no higher than the lower-50s. Spring “officially arrives” Sunday evening at 7:21 p.m. EDT, and the sky should be relatively clear Sunday night and on Monday. High pressure on Monday is going to be sliding to the east of the greater Baltimore area, and eventually offshore by early Monday night. That’ll “open the door” for the next round of rain to start pressing eastward. It looks like a warm front in the Ohio Valley will be the culprit, and depending upon which model you believe (the Canadian/GGEM now appears to be the fastest), there could be some rain breaking out here either Monday afternoon or Monday night.
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