Tuesday morning, the thermometer dropped to 34 degrees at BWI-Marshall. That officially tied our old daily low temperature record set back in 1996.
If these temps are too cold for you, no worries because we will be back into the 80s in no time.
Highs Tuesday should top out in the low/mid 60s while a cool air mass is still in place.
Wednesday, an area of low pressure will move in and impact us first with a warm front, which will bring us warmer air.
Then a cold front will approach with the biggest impacts in the form of breezy and gusty winds out ahead of the front as well as a chance for an isolated shower or thundershower late Wednesday.