Temperatures in Baltimore and Washington this Saturday afternoon are running in the upper 30s to lower 40s, which is about where readings should be in late January. A southerly flow will become more prominent on Sunday with highs reaching the middle 50s under a mostly sunny sky. This will ensure rapid melting of snow in the region. A weak cold front will bring some showers to the area Sunday night into Monday along with slightly cooler temperatures. Highs will be in the 40s on Monday. A stronger flow of air from the south will produce highs in the 50s on Tuesday and the 60s on Wednesday. However, Wednesday’s warmth will come with widespread showers and possible thunderstorms. Much cooler air returns to the Middle Atlantic region later next week with highs in the 40s on Thursday and Friday.
Here is the exclusive weather forecast for Baltimore, Washington, and Annapolis:
Saturday Night: Clear but not as cold with a low near 30. Sunday: Mostly sunny and warmer with a high in the mid 50s. Monday: Mostly cloudy with rain showers possible. The low will be around 40 and the high will be in the upper 40s. Tuesday: Clouds and sun with a low in the mid 30s and a high near 50. Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with showers and isolated thunderstorms. The low will be in the mid 40s and the high will be in the upper 60s. Thursday: Sunny, breezy, and cooler with a low in the mid 30s and a high in the mid 40s. Friday: Sunny and chilly with a low in the upper 20s and a high in the lower 40s.
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