By Meg McNamara

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — We’re halfway through the workweek and we have a beautiful Wednesday to show for it.

Temperatures will climb into the low 70s with plenty of sunshine and a few patchy clouds.

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It will still be a bit breezy, with northeast winds around 10-15 miles per hour.

The threat for coastal flooding continues through this afternoon. 

While most of it is minor, some moderate tidal flooding is possible in Washington D.C. and St. Mary’s County.

While some sunshine may make a brief appearance Thursday morning, clouds will move in pretty quickly and most of the day will end up rather gray. 

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Abundant cloud cover will keep temperatures from nudging much past 70°. 

Our Friday looks rather gray as well, with showers and thunderstorms possible during the late afternoon and evening. 

Showers and even a couple thunderstorms will likely be around both Saturday and Sunday in the afternoon and evening, while the first half of our weekend days look mainly dry. 

Weekend temperatures will be in the mid to upper 70s, so while we’ll be rainy like last weekend, we won’t have the chill to go along with it. 

We move into the low 80s by Monday with an afternoon shower or thunderstorm still possible. 

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The sunshine finally makes a comeback for Tuesday.