Wow. We didn’t even get above freezing Sunday at the airport! And factoring the wind chill, the air felt much colder, yielding numbers in the teens.
We will approach record lows Sunday night here in Baltimore with a forecast overnight low around 18 degrees, but the winds will subside so the wind chill won’t be a major factor, although it will still be downright COLD!
Monday, temps will begin to rebound into the mid/upper 30s by the afternoon. High pressure will provide plenty of sunshine.
This is the set-up going into Tuesday. It appears enough warming of the air mass in place will occur that rain will fall from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday and no wintry precipitation is expected at this time. Even so, there will be the threat for heavy rainfall, enough to cause flooding problems from later Tuesday night into Wednesday, one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Behind the storm, it will be chilly with some gusty winds on Thanksgiving. However, it is expected to be dry. This dry and chilly weather will continue right into Black Friday as many shoppers and travelers are out on the roadways.