There has been some dense fog which has formed again in the mid-Atlantic region. While most of it will be located in outlying areas, we’ll need to address this early Friday. Temperatures, however, are expected to reach 80 Friday afternoon as whatever fog there is dissipates and the sun comes out in full force.
Drier air is still filtering into the area, but it will also be much less humid than the past couple of days. Friday night, under a mainly clear sky, it’ll be comfortable. Saturday will be getting off to a decent start, since a southwesterly wind and some sunshine will combine to bring a relatively warm afternoon, albeit probably not quite as warm as Friday.
Temperatures, for the most part, will be in the mid 70s, and then the focus of our attention will be on areas to our north and west. There is going to be a fairly potent cold front that will be reaching the Greater Baltimore Area late Saturday afternoon or early Saturday night. And, a couple of showers and perhaps even a thunderstorm will occur near that front.
While we can’t rule out a shower Saturday night, especially early on, the change to much cooler air will be felt late Saturday night and early Sunday. And, since all of the global models are now in agreement that there’ll be a wave of low pressure forming along this front, which will be located in southern Virginia on Sunday morning, we’re anticipating a CHILLIER DAY ON SUNDAY, along with occasional rain and some drizzle.