By Meg McNamara


BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Record-breaking cold weather is expected Friday night into Saturday morning for parts of Maryland.

A cold front came in overnight Thursday dropping temps Friday morning into the mid-40s.

Some snow flurries were reported across parts of Maryland Friday.

The forecast low for Friday night into Saturday is 24 degrees. The record is 25 degrees in 2003.

A few more snowflakes are in store for us early next week.

It would be Monday night into Tuesday —  snow is a possibility, but it’s looking like more rain for us in Baltimore.

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