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High pressure building in from the southwest will be the major weather player for the next 24-36 hours.
The band of showers associated with the next cold front that is expected to pass through is well out to our west. We will be mostly dry throughout the day Wednesday, but will allow for a stray shower to move in overnight.
While it took nearly the entire weekend for clouds to eventually begin to break up, Monday is looking like it will be nicer overall!
Soak up the sun Tuesday while you still can because clouds are rolling in quickly out ahead of a coastal storm that is expected to impact our area over the next couple of days.
We’ve got another great week of weather on tap for us Monday as September draws close to an end. Rain will, in fact, be hard to come by over the next several days.
Soon, for weeks as a time, a large object is expected to light the night sky. it could be wonderful or a total bust.
Satellite loop suggests that much of the area will see more clouds than sun Thursday afternoon, so we have gone that direction with the forecast.
Increased instability and humid conditions will put Baltimore at risk for a shower or thunderstorm Monday, particularly during the afternoon and evening hours.
We may see a few peaks of sunshine by the afternoon, but overall the theme should be more clouds than sun.