BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) - Staying dry and chilly into the midweek, before wetter and warmer weekend weather.
Sunshine and dry weather will remain for our Tuesday and Wednesday with highs in the mid 40s. Overnight lows will be in the chilly 20s.
A disturbance will glance by to our north with rain and snow showers over Pennsylvania and New Jersey, but likely just extra clouds for us on Thursday. Highs will remain in the mid 40s.
A warming trend will move in, but also with an unsettled weather trend for the very end of the week and into the weekend. Friday high temperatures will hit 50+, but with clouds and light rain showers developing. A wind-driven rain looks to develop Friday night and Saturday, but highs for the first half of the weekend will be 55 to 60. It also appears it'll stay relatively mild with 50s staying for Sunday, too, when the Ravens take on the Buccaneers at home, but some uncertainty has worked into the weather forecast some computer model guidance still keeps us just dry and breezy, while another camp of models leaves behind some showers. We’ll keep it partly cloudy with just an outside risk of a shower for the game for now.
Into the new week, it'll be breezy and dry with highs near 50 for Monday.
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