Rain is wrapping around our coastal low pressure system and it is going to continue to spin off of the Carolina Coast during the next 24-36 hours.
It appears that most of the Greater Baltimore Area will wind up with a total of “around an inch” by late Thursday night. Temperatures shouldn’t really change all that much, and most will be no higher than the upper 50s in and around Baltimore. There will be a few exceptions, like along Maryland’s Eastern Shore. This is because the east wind off of the ocean is coming directly off of water that still has sea surface temperatures in the lower and middle 60s.
The long-duration storm brings more rain and drizzle with it from time to time Thursday night and Friday Even Saturday isn’t looking all that good at this juncture, although rain amounts on that day should be under a tenth of an inch – this is going to be more of a “rather cloudy, dull” day with highs mostly in the lower or middle 60s.