BALTIMORE (WBFF) - A nice mild Thanksgiving, but cooler weekend to follow.
Thanksgiving on Thursday is looking like a real stunner, as highs hit near 60 under nearly full sunshine. Black Friday, for sales at the malls, temperatures may even top-out as high as the low-mid 60s after early lows in the 40s for door-buster sales. With still no rain, it should be a perfect day for shopping.
A cold front will quickly skirt through Friday night and Saturday morning with a bout of clouds and perhaps a sprinkle or light shower before a return to some breezy sun Saturday afternoon. Highs Saturday should still remain mild at about 60, before ratcheting back to a more-seasonable near 50 on Sunday. Although, we'll have dry skies returning for Saturday afternoon, they may not last all that long. A push of moisture will move back in from the southwest allowing spotty showers to develop again from the southwest by late Sunday.
Monday and Tuesday of next week, we'll rebound into the low and mid 50s with some lingering clouds still hanging around.
Today's Record Temperatures