A stalled front will linger over the Mid-Atlantic through Wednesday night. That will keep rounds of rain and drizzle here through then. At the same time, the colder air that was behind the front has wedged itself into Maryland. Temperatures are taking a huge hit from Monday’s high of 58 degrees. Instead, we will be in the low 40s Tuesday afternoon – which is actually closer to our average of 41 degrees this time of year. That colder air could cause rain to mix with sleet or possibly snow overnight in western Maryland and along the northern border.
A new front coming our way from the northwest will push the stalled front away by Thursday, allowing some sunshine to return. However, this new front will bring a new round of clouds with it. Colder but drier air will follow that front for Friday.
Over the weekend, another set of fronts to our north and maybe along the coast will bring some clouds through before also ushering in even colder air. Highs early next week will only be in the 30s.