A nice conclusion to the weekend upcoming as we find ourselves between upper-level features, but as with Saturday’s feature Sunday’s impulse will likely do little than to bring some clouds across the area in the evening. Bright sunshine Sunday, however, will help to offset a westerly breeze with high temperatures around 50. Clouds will begin to increase in the afternoon with the evening ending up mostly cloudy as the feature in question moves through the area. A brief rain or snow shower will pass by well to the north of the city, but from Baltimore on southward we should remain dry as the chances of precipitation are no better than 10 percent or so.
Clearing will commence late Sunday night and early Monday morning and Monday looks to be brisk and cooler… temperatures generally in the 40-45 range across the area. The first half of the day will feature a wealth of sunshine, but by the afternoon clouds will increase as a warm front approaches from the west. High clouds will stream in during the afternoon, and by early Monday evening skies will become mostly cloudy once again. Precip this go around will be even less with the best forcing to the north, so just clouds once again.
Expect mid-week temps to teeter on 60 degrees. More on that later.