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Temperatures that are starting off mostly in the middle and upper 30s in some cases will either hold nearly steady, or slowly fall later Friday. Then at night, under a mostly clear sky, it will be quite chilly with lows in the 20s.
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The driving force behind our weather here over the next few days will be a fairly strong ridge of high pressure — which will become firmly established over southeastern Canada during the upcoming weekend.
We will have a few breaks in the clouds for some limited sunshine throughout the afternoon, but it will remain chilly
and breezy. The overall chilly pattern will continue through the weekend and into next week. The good news is dry weather is expected to prevail as well, outside of a spotty shower Friday afternoon.
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Sunshine has returned, thanks to a cold front moving through the Mid-Atlantic. The front has kicked up the winds and mixed up the atmosphere, allowing morning drizzle and fog to give way to some sunshine Wednesday afternoon.
There has been some dense fog which has formed again in the mid-Atlantic region. While most of it will be located in outlying areas, we’ll need to address this early Friday. Temperatures, however, are expected to reach 80 Friday afternoon as whatever fog there is dissipates and the sun comes out in full force.
As some very humid air continues to flow into the Eastern region early Thursday we’re going to be watching a cool front closely during the next 24-36 hours.
In addition to it being hot and rather humid Friday afternoon with some sunshine, there’ll be a few widely separated showers and a thunderstorm later on.
Once some thunderstorms did manage to reach Baltimore last night, they packed quite a punch!
From mid-morning onward, any leftover clouds will break for plenty of sunshine, and Friday afternoon will be hot and more humid than recent days.