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WEATHER BLOG: Damp December

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The Greater Baltimore Area will be getting a brief period of rain early Friday as a warm front pushes through the region.

But, most of the time Friday should just be rather cloudy, with temperatures reaching the lower and middle 50s this afternoon.

A couple more showers are probably going to happen in the city and many of its adjacent suburbs later this afternoon and night

We should emphasize that temperatures Friday night will manage to hold nearly steady for a while in the lower 40s before possibly starting to rise after midnight. We could be looking at a scenario where around midnight, it may be in the mid or upper 40s and rising. Fog is also something we need to address.

Saturday’s temperatures are most likely going to climb into the lower 60s as the warm front presses through New England on its way into eastern Canada. Therefore, we are going to be in a so-called “warm sector”  Saturday afternoon and night, when even though it should remain fairly cloudy, there won’t be very much precipitation occurring around here.

Sunday, we have a cold front on our weather maps that is going to be buried in the mid Atlantic states, not too far from the Virginia- North Carolina border.

So, with the easterly flow kicking in behind the frontal passage Saturday night and another batch of moisture overrunning this old boundary, we appear to be in line for a few periods of rain Sunday and Sunday night.

Most temperatures will be in the mid 50s on Sunday, and the rain totals for both Sunday and Sunday night should be in the 0.50″ to 0.75″ range.

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