BALTIMORE (WBFF) - Cold air dives in!!
Tonight, lows will plummet into the mid-upper teens under mostly clear skies. The good news... breezes will die down.
Friday, clouds will increase as a system scrapes to our south. Snow showers and flurries may even develop for the afternoon, but don't expect more than a dusting of snow, at most. Highs will, again, be just shy of 32.
Saturday a strong push of arctic air will slug in. It'll be partly cloudy with highs, for the first day of the weekend, only rising into the low-mid 20s with wind chills in the single digits and teens. Saturday night, it'll be clear with lows, the coldest we've seen since last winter, only in the single digits with wind chills below zero.
Sunday likely will be the coldest day of the stretch. Highs struggle to make it out of the teens, even with sunshine. Wind chills will only be in the single digits to near ten all day.
Into early next week, cold air will be in place but warmer, more moist air will be trying to move in, while a coastal storm develops and hugs the Eastern Seaboard. Therefore, expect snow to break out on Monday with highs in the low-mid 30s. Late Monday into Tuesday, it may get very sloppy with a wintry mix of snow, sleet, freezing rain, and rain as milder 40s move in by later Tuesday. Of course, it's still a few days away, so there's lots of time for that forecast to change and evolve.
Clouds and sun with seasonable 40s will arrive again for the middle of next week.
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