Looks as if it will just be cold. It should become windy this afternoon, and even though there ought to be a good deal of sunshine, the temperature will be no higher than the mid 30s. So, it will “feel like” its in the 20s as folks head home from work and school this afternoon. It’s nice that the sun doesn’t set these days until almost 6 o’clock, but this will be little consolation for this miserable chill. And tomorrow will be even worse! After we fall into the teens tonight, most of tomorrow’s temperatures will be no higher than the mid or upper 20s. This is roughly twenty degrees below what is considered normal on the last day in February.
Saturday, we do have at least a chance for getting a touch of snow or some flurries, especially in the morning. As a warm front advances northeastward, there may be just enough moisture available to trigger this activity. Sunday, there could be a shower of both snow and rain. As far as the ‘big ticket item’ that everyone has been talking about for Sunday night and early next week, the odds right now seem to favor that there’ll be rain and sleet occurring in and near Baltimore. Snow is not as much of a threat in the city, although a 30-minute drive up the JFX could reveal something a little different. For now, we’ll emphasize that any accumulating snow should be to the north, and its just a rain and sleet mix for Baltimore and the rest of the I-95 corridor.
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