BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- It will remain another cloudy, cool, and wet one for Tuesday.
As a slow-moving storm system still rules our weather for the second day of the week, expect more rain and drizzle with lots of clouds and a stiff northeast breeze. Tuesday night, the stubborn storm will begin it's exit, but will be pretty slow to leave. Expect temperatures settling to near 50 under cloudy skies and some residual drizzle.
We'll finally break out of this damp and nasty pattern on Wednesday... starting with just a slim chance of a morning shower, but then gradually increasing sun during the afternoon. Highs will recover back to about 70 to 75.
Summertime-type weather then will break out for the end of the week and the weekend. Thursday will be partly cloudy and warm with highs 80 to 85. Friday, we'll also see highs in the 80s, but with a 20% chance of some isolated showers and thunderstorms as a cold front moves in from the north and stalls out over Pennsylvania and New York.
Thereafter, into the weekend, we remain locked in the warm air. Both Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will rise well into the 80s (maybe even hitting 90 for the first time this year in some of the hot spots) with just a slim chance of a pop-up afternoon shower or thunderstorm.
Next Monday, our next cold front will roll in with an increased risk of showers and thunderstorms with highs moderating back to a still-well-above-average near 80.
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