This warm streak is coming to an end, at least temporarily.
A weakening cold front is moving our way. It’s not a very strong one, but it will bring in clouds and maybe some showers tomorrow. We are still going to top out above the average of 59 degrees as highs will probably make it into the low 60s. However, that cold front will take the warm air with it as it leaves on Friday.
Although the storm will be gone Friday, a lot of clouds will still build up around the region as colder air comes in on gusty northwest winds. Those winds may even bring snow showers to the mountains of western Maryland. But all of that will settle down Friday night as high pressure regains control this weekend. Skies will clear out on Saturday and the bleeding of cold air into the state will be shut off. Expect highs to slowly climb through the 50s on Saturday back into the 60s again on Sunday.
The warm up will carry over into the new week with temperatures getting close to 70 degrees again on Monday. Then, another cold front will come our way Tuesday or Wednesday of next week.