Expect the weather to be dry and cooler.
A cold front over the Great Lakes region will move into our area this afternoon. High pressure will settle in along the eastern seaboard this weekend. A cold front will move through the Mid-Atlantic Monday into Tuesday.
Temperatures in the lower 80s Friday, but these will tend to run a bit lower Saturday and on Sunday as clouds become more widespread.
High pressure has provided us with a beautiful stretch of weather but will slowly begin moving offshore Sunday.
A coastal area of low pressure will develop along the East Coast Monday and provide us with increasing cloud cover by the evening, as well as the chance for an isolated sprinkle for areas along the Eastern Shore through Tuesday morning.
It looks like we have a more significant precipitation event starting very late Sunday night and continuing Monday with frozen precipitation and slushy covering of snow and sleet possible in and around BWI.
The clouds have returned and rain is on the way, but it’s still warm outside. We are heading up to near 60 degrees Monday and then again Tuesday.
Took the high to 53 Thursday, otherwise forecast from earlier looks good. With thicker clouds and some rain coming in Friday it should be a tad cooler than Thursday.
Clouds will limit the sunshine Monday – and then again Tuesday. We are locked in this same weather pattern with high pressure over New England and a coastal storm off the Carolinas. The combination of the two will keep a breeze up out of the northeast, and temperatures slightly below average.
Clouds will be fairly widespread Monday, and as a low pressure system tracks eastward across the Tennessee Valley and into the Carolinas late Monday the greater Baltimore area will be on the northern fringes of precipitation.
A low of 13 was recorded Wednesday morning at BWI, making it the coldest morning since February 11, when the low was also 13 degrees.
After experiencing a very chilly day yesterday, temperatures have either held nearly steady or risen overnight across the Greater Baltimore Area.