We are stuck in the muck.
A dense fog advisory is in effect overnight along the Bay as visibility drops again. There are also bands of rain and drizzle moving across the state. The rain and drizzle will continue on and off until the front clears us – and that’s not until early Tuesday morning. There may even be a thunderstorm late Monday as temperatures build and the front gets closer.
Temperatures will hold steady in the upper 40s overnight, then jump to the upper 60s Monday afternoon. The record tomorrow is 72 degrees from 1966. We probably won’t get there, but we will be way above the average of 47 degrees. Even when we cool down behind the front, we won’t get all that cold. We will be closer to that average with highs in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees.
Another weak front will pass south of us Wednesday. It will drag clouds through and maybe even a shower for southern Maryland. Then sunshine takes over Friday before a new front moves our way over the weekend.