The next few days are expected to bring dry weather to the Mid-Atlantic states. Even though a front managed to push through Maryland Wednesday evening (and northwest winds between 8 and 10 p.m. gusted to between 20 and 30 mph), it didn’t bring any widespread clouds or showers.
Another one is due to arrive late Thursday night or early Friday morning, but it isn’t going to have a sufficient amount of moisture to work with to cause any showers.
Temperatures will be mostly in the lower 60s Thursday afternoon and will be as high as the mid-60s Friday. Friday night, many outlying areas will encounter the first frost of the season, and temperatures will be as low as the mid-30s. Saturday, despite sunshine, it will be a relatively cool day with some temperatures hard pressed to get above 60 or 62.
As a high pressure system moves offshore Sunday, the tendency for the wind to shift to the southwest will pull some warmer air into the region.
But there could be a shower or two late in the day Sunday or perhaps Sunday night.
This will be followed by another relatively warm day on Monday, with highs in the low to mid-70s, but then another cooldown will take place after that.
Have a good day!