By Bob Turk

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a damp start and a high of 57 on Thursday, drier and much colder air is moving in across the state.

Friday, as a cold northwest breeze continues on Valentine’s Day, we will struggle to reach much above freezing, despite lots of sunshine.

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As winds relax at night, we expect Saturday morning to be clear and very cold, with a low of around 17 expected.

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Winds will turn once again to the southwest on Sunday, and we should warm to the upper 40’s, to end the weekend on a milder note.

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Enjoy! Bob Turk