Today (Saturday): Some fog and drizzle could linger. We should see a final batch of organized showers this morning, with isolated activity possible in the afternoon. It’s one of those days where we watch the cold air in the area to see how quickly it will erode. Don’t let midday chill, and readings perhaps near 50, fool you. Looks like a late high temperature in the mid-60s nearby. That’s more like 70 in southern Maryland and 60 in northern parts of the state. Winds blow about 10 mph from the south and southeast. Confidence: Medium
Tonight: Skies turn clearer as winds become gustier from the west. Temperatures range across the 40s for lows, but probably try to center on the mid- and upper 40s locally. Confidence: Medium-High
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Tomorrow (Sunday): Sunshine, pleasant temperatures and lots of flowers all over. It’s a treat after yesterday and today. Highs should end up in the mid-60s to near 70. Winds are a bit gusty from the west. Confidence: Medium-High
Tomorrow night: Mostly clear and seasonably cool. Near 40 to mid-40s should do it for lows. Confidence: Medium-High
A look ahead
We’re still sort of stuck in the old frontal zone. There won’t be a consolidated storm to take advantage of it but it keeps clouds numerous and a chance of showers going. Right now, Monday seems like it’s going to be largely dry and Tuesday will have a higher rain threat. Highs are within a few degrees of 60 on Monday and perhaps a few cooler on Tuesday. Confidence: Medium