By Bob Turk

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — There were many clouds and much cooler temperatures on Tuesday.

The temperatures in the Maryland area stayed in the 60s all day long. 

READ MORE: Maryland Gas Tax Hikes 7 Cents Friday, Gov. Hogan Calls For Another Tax Holiday

Rain and drizzle continued till about noon as the wind flow continued from the east, which will maintain the cloud cover through most of Wednesday too.

Any sunshine will help boost temperatures to near 70 degrees, which is about 7 degrees below normal. 

By Thursday, a few showers may accompany a warm front that will be approaching from the west. 

READ MORE: Gun Spotted In Driver's Car Before Baltimore Officer Dragged, Court Documents Say

On Friday, warmer temperatures and another front will bring more showers and some gusty thunderstorms by later in the day. 

It appears that front may still be close by and give Maryland the chance of experiencing another a shower on Saturday.

It will be warming to near 80 degrees by then though. 

By Sunday and Monday, more sun and warmer temperatures will give way to a rather nice and drier Memorial Day holiday. 

MORE NEWS: Ex-Baltimore Fiscal Chief Pleads Not Guilty To Fraud, Identity Theft Charges

WJZ’s weather team will be updating the weekend forecast all week long as things evolve.