BALTIMORE (WJZ) — BRRRRRR! It’ll be a cold and dry day Wednesday.

Baltimore is in for the coldest night of the season so far Wednesday night after temperatures during the day only reached the mid-40s. Strong winds from the northwest made it feel more like the 30s.

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The normal high is 56 and normal low is 36.

Just how cold will it get Wednesday night? Baltimore will drop below freezing, bottoming out around 27 degrees. Closer to the ocean, Ocean City will stay right around freezing. In western Maryland, Oakland will fall all the way to 23 degrees!

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The good news is a gradual warmup starts Thursday, bringing us into the mid-60s by the weekend.

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Chelsea Ingram