After a day filled with sunshine and a high of 43 degrees, there is a little hiccup coming Saturday night before warmer air makes a run at the Mid-Atlantic.
That little hiccup is part of a much larger storm system – in size that is, because it isn’t very strong and isn’t very organized. It is also moving very fast. So there could be some rain and snow showers moving across the state overnight but they will get out of here early Sunday. The snow showers could coat the ground north and west of the city, with a small accumulation in western Maryland.
Clouds will mix with sunshine, and there will be no weather problems for the game. Also, this weak storm will kick start a new weather pattern that will lean to warmer air. Highs will be in the mid 40s Sunday and Monday, then start climbing. We will be in the 50s by the middle of next week.
The southern track of the jet stream is going to be very active this week. When the new weather pattern settles in, a few storms will bring rain north into Maryland late in the week.