By Tim Williams

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The regional radar mosaic is showing the bulk of it right now spreading out across eastern portions of the Ohio Valley into western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

While the morning “drive time” will probably be dry for some folks, the weather should just deteriorate as we go through the course of the day. Temperatures will only be within a couple of degrees of 50 Friday afternoon, and it will feel chillier than that while its raining.

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The rain should taper to some drizzle Friday night, but a southeasterly flow will keep it murky and moist through tomorrow morning with some drizzle, low clouds and fog.

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As a warm front pushes through the area Saturday night and early Sunday, there could be a shower or two around. But on Sunday afternoon, temperatures should manage to reach the mid and upper-60s. Monday, the so-called “blow torch effect” will occur with a southwesterly wind.  Ironically, it’ll be almost every bit as warm as this past Monday was, since we should have no trouble reaching the mid-80s. We must then be on the lookout for a couple of showers and strong or severe thunderstorms on Monday night.

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Have a good weekend!!!

Tim Williams