After a virtually cloudless day Monday, the ridge of high pressure in control of our weather will shift off of the coast Monday night allowing our flow to turn southwesterly by Tuesday.
Skies will remain clear Monday evening, however, some high or mid-level clouds will stream toward the area later Monday night or early Tuesday. These clouds will be in association with a cold front that will move across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic Tuesday.
It will remain dry across the Baltimore area through noon before a round of showers representing the cold front pushes across from west to east.
Instability is not real impressive, so while a thunderstorm cannot be ruled our there is not a big concern for severe weather.
In the wake of the frontal passage, it will turn brisk and cooler later Tuesday night.