With a clear sky and virtually no wind early Thursday, temperatures are starting off in the 40s.
Nonetheless, we should have a fabulous day with sunshine for the most part.
But while temperatures should wind up around 70 on many thermometers Thursday afternoon, it will be much cooler near the Bay and at the Eastern Shore, where temperatures will be hard-pressed to get out of the lower or middle 60s.
There is still a large area of high pressure which has its center of circulation located just off of the coast of New England.
And, there’s going to be a fairly weak, back-door style cold front Thursday night which will be dropping out of the north.
As we mentioned Wednesday, this boundary is going to have very little moisture to work with, so it is not expected to bring any precipitation late Thursday night and first thing Friday morning.
But the flow out of the northeast behind the front Friday will usher in some slightly cooler air, and most daytime temperatures will be no higher than the upper 60s.
The weekend will be featuring a good deal of sunshine, as well as highs mostly in the lower and middle 70s.
We really don’t anticipate any shower activity around here during the next five or six days.