There was no shortage of sunshine for Saturday, but people will want to be bundled up when the sun disappears.
Although temperatures have held steadily in the low 30s, a brisk northwest wind has made it feel like the low 20s throughout the day.
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Those winds were between 15 to 20 miles per hour with gusts capable of reaching up to 30-35 miles per hour.
Although the winds will wind down in the evening, that does not mean that things will be more pleasant.
In fact, temperatures will plummet into the mid- to upper-teens overnight under clear skies.
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By Sunday, Maryland will see some improvement.
Temperature highs will get into the upper 30s and with lighter winds, it will actually feel like it!
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Temperatures of mid- to upper-40s are in store for the work week.