BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Clear skies and record highs are bringing a warm up to the Baltimore area Tuesday.
BWI Marshall and Reagan National airports both hit 76 degrees — tying the record high for this date set in 1930. The average high is 46 degrees.
WJZ’s Meg McNamara says Baltimore has seen a nearly 30-degree increase in the past 24 hours, and a significant change since this past weekend.
BWI was covered in two inches of snow just three days ago as a wintry mix moved across the region, slamming some parts of Maryland with five inches of snow.
Spring is just around the corner — exactly one month away.