By Bob Turk

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a pleasant Thanksgiving, Black Friday will be colder and breezy but still sunny.

Highs are forecasted in the mid to upper 40s with wind chills below freezing by the later afternoon.

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Saturday will be partly sunny with highs around 48 degrees but it will remain breezy. A weak system will pass north of the region on Sunday. It could produce a few rain showers with the chance of wet snow north of the Maryland line. Highs are forecasted to reach the upper 40s.

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For the Ravens game, it should be dry but chilly. Kickoff temperatures are forecasted around 39 degrees,

Chilly air will stick around till Tuesday then a warm-up will get us back in the ’50s again!

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Drive safe and be safe.