Mild air will stick around for another 24 hours, then we will really see changes coming.
Another frigid day. Baltimore is still bundling up against the chilly temperatures as the deep freeze settled in across the Northeast.
It hasn’t happened much this year, but Arctic air has invaded the mid-Atlantic. We dropped down to the teens and low 20s overnight, with the wind chill in the single digits.
A cold front is moving through Sunday night with a line of snow showers. It’s a fast-mover, but could be leaving a quick coating on lawns and cars before moving on.
Despite the sunshine Sunday, we only made it up to 34 degrees in the afternoon. It really does make such a difference, doesn’t it?
Most temperatures will be in the 50s, with some neighborhood thermometers in Maryland, Delaware and southeastern Pennsylvania hitting 60.
We topped out at 66 degrees Saturday afternoon. That is way above the average of 41 degrees, but not quite the record of 74 degrees.