BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- For Presidents' Day on Monday, we'll be a few degrees less-warm than over the weekend, but still well above average.
It will still remain unseasonably mild with highs near 60 under nearly full sun for our Monday, but we won't quite be at the around-70 readings that we had this past weekend. With many folks off, it'll be a good day to spend outside and enjoy.
Tuesday will turn even a bit cooler with highs in the low-mid 50s as winds kick in out of the cool east.
Wednesday morning, morning scattered showers will return as warmer air makes the push again. By the afternoon, though, temperatures will warm back up to near 60 with some sun.
Thursday and Friday, too, will stay unseasonably warm with highs in the mid to upper 60s. As both a storm system circulates to our south and a cold front gradually moves in from the west, we could see a shower or two and some extra clouds.
Next weekend, we'll start with another warm day on Saturday as highs hit 65 to around 70. As a cold front finally moves through, we'll see showers and perhaps even a thunderstorm! Behind the front, it'll be sunny, breezy, and cooler, but still above average for Sunday with a high 50 to 55.
Today's Record Temperatures