BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) -- Record warmth is on its way, before significantly colder and wetter weather to end the workweek.
After patchy, dense morning fog, temperatures will again soar on Wednesday with clouds and sunshine and highs, similar to Tuesday, up to near 75! After tying Tuesday's record of 76, we stand a good chance of actually breaking Wednesday's existing record of 74 from back in 1930.
A shower or two may approach as we head into the Wednesday afternoon commute, though, with the entrance of our next cold front. This means Wednesday night becomes clammy and much cooler with occasional rain and temperatures dropping off into the chilly mid 40s to around 50 as the front slinks through. Thursday and Friday, the cold front will stall just to our south, meaning a risk of on-and-off rain and much cooler highs potentially only in the mid-upper 40s!
Milder air will make another visit for the weekend, but we'll never quite clear out all the clouds and moisture. Expect a 40% chance of scattered showers Saturday as the warmer air pushes back in. Highs will be near 67. Sunday, extra clouds will stay with an additional risk of showers as a cold front rolls in from the north and west. Highs will warm, though, as high as 70 to 75!
The cold front will likely come through Sunday night, leaving us with a return to mostly sunny weather early next week with lower and middle 60s next Monday and perhaps some more seasonable 40s and 50s to follow by Tuesday of next week.
Today's Record Temperatures