BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- Memorial Day weekend looks unsettled, but not a rain-out.
Into early Saturday, expect dry skies with seasonable temperatures settling to near 60. Saturday, as a warm front tries to pass through, we'll see some extra clouds and a chance of a spot shower or even a thunderstorm. Highs will be 70 to 75. Sunday, too, the front will still be trying to come through with more clouds and peeks of sun with some mainly afternoon spot showers and storms. Highs will be, still, in the low to middle 70s, The best pool and beach weather, temperature-wise, will arrive Monday on Memorial Day as highs hit near a muggy 80. Unfortunately, though, scattered thunderstorms will arrive during the afternoon, so have a place to take cover if you're headed out.
For back-to-work on Tuesday, sunshine returns with highs 80 to 85. Wednesday, our next cold front will push in with mainly afternoon showers and thunderstorms and highs still in the low and middle 80s.
Behind the front, it'll dry and cool slightly with highs, still a pleasantly warm, 75 to 80.
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