By Marty Bass

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A blast of cold continues Friday in Maryland with a possible threat of snow Sunday.

On Friday, the day will start out with a real feel temperature in the single digits and the afternoon won’t be much better.

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The forecast will feature blustery and cold weather. We are forecasting a high around 34, however, the wind will make it feel more like the 10s for much of the day.

We will be monitoring the development of a surface cyclone east of the Rockies Friday. This disturbance will push into the mid-Atlantic this weekend and will bring a rather promising chance of snow to the Greater Baltimore area.

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WJZ’s Weather Team will continue to monitor the forecast and will bring you updates through the weekend.

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