The front that moved through Tuesday night is hanging over southern Maryland Wednesday. That’s where we find a SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WATCH in effect through 10 p.m. There are spotty thunderstorms elsewhere in the state, but the focus for storms has really been from St. Mary’s County over to lower parts of the Eastern Shore.
Thunderstorms will die down overnight as the responsible front slowly moves away. With the leftover moisture, there will be some fog forming. That’s how we will start the day in some areas. Otherwise, expect sunshine to take over and humidity/dewpoints to drop.
A new front will move our way Friday. There will be a band of showers and thunderstorms with the front, later Friday into the beginning of Saturday. That stormy weather will move away on Saturday, bringing cooler air in behind it. Highs will only top out in the low 80s both Saturday and Sunday, with overnight lows going down to near 60 degrees.
When the front moves away Saturday, there is the chance that it could stall to our south and then come back north later Sunday into Monday. We will keep an eye on this, and the chance of showers and thunderstorms from it.