Cold front followed by the potential for severe weather
BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- A cold front will approach to start our workweek making for warm air, followed by the potential of some severe weather.
Our Monday will start with fog and then give way to some sunshine. It'll be a muggy day with highs 80-85. Late in the day and into the evening, though, showers and thunderstorms will make the move into Northern and Central Maryland. With the thunderstorms, expect an enhanced risk of severe weather. If the storms can organize enough, damaging winds and even an isolated tornado are possible for the late-afternoon and evening commute.
Monday night, we'll still see a risk of showers and thunderstorms (some possibly remaining severe before midnight) as our cold front slowly passes through.
By early Tuesday morning, though, any rain should come to an end as low temperatures fall to 59.
Tuesday and Wednesday look to be fantastic days! Canadian air will move in... This will bring us to partly cloudy skies with gusty, dry northwest breezes and highs near 75 for Tuesday. On Wednesday, we'll shave ten degrees off of temperatures as highs make a breezy 66 under clouds and sunshine.
Thursday and Friday, our next system will slug through. Thursday, clouds will increase with a chance of spot late-day showers and still-cooler highs around 64. Friday may be a warmer day with middle 70s, but also we'll see a shot at morning rain as the latest storm pulls off to our east and begins to stall out.
Over the weekend, the same storm will move spinning over the near-shore Atlantic waters. This may leave us with a bout of rather unsettled weather for the weekend and even into early next week. Saturday, we'll break for some sunshine, but it will be breezy and cooler with highs in the mid-upper 60s. We could even have a few showers pass by from time to time. Sunday, too, will be a breezy and cooler day, as highs only make it into the lower and middle 60s with, again, and isolated shower chance through the day.