A band of rain developed along the cold front Wednesday morning, just as it was passing through Baltimore. It is moving over the Eastern Shore now (writing this at 8:30 a.m.), and will be gone in a few hours. Behind the front, northerly winds will bring in cooler and drier air.
We started the day in the low 60s. Temperatures have dropped since then, and will level off in the mid 50s Wednesday afternoon. When the sun sets Wednesday night, these temperatures will take a big hit. We are going down to 30 degrees overnight and only recovering to 44 Thursday afternoon, despite a lot of sunshine.
Another front will move our way starting Friday. Clouds will thicken up, and we could see a shower or two from the front Friday. Then, we jump into warmer air for the weekend. It won’t be as warm as this week’s 70s, but we will be in the upper 50s/near 60.
However, scattered showers are possible on and off Saturday and Sunday. A better chance for rain exists when the front comes through Monday.