The rain, drizzle and fog have arrived. A dense fog advisory has been posted from Frederick County eastward overnight, while areas of rain and drizzle will continue to move across the state. This is only one part of the storm.
The second part will come through later Monday. It will keep rain and drizzle around Monday before the rain picks up later in the day and night. This round of rain will linger into Tuesday morning before the entire storm wraps up and moves away.
Drier air will follow later Tuesday along with some gusty winds. But temperatures aren’t going to take a big hit. Our average is 45 degrees. We have been running above that average and will continue to until possibly next weekend. Highs will be in the mid 50s Monday, then upper 50s Tuesday. Even behind the storm, highs will remain in the 50s. However, it looks like colder air will eventually move our way after another storm.
Another round of rain will arrive later Thursday and continue into Friday. It’s this storm that will drop temperatures back to reality next weekend.