Brian’s exclusive forecast for Baltimore, Washington DC, and Annapolis:
Tonight: Cloudy with occasional showers. Mild with a low in the lower 60s…..Thursday: Cloudy with morning showers followed by periods of rain in the afternoon. Cooler with a high in the lower 60s…..Thursday Night: Periods of rain. Rain may be heavy at times. The low will be in the mid 50s…..Friday: Cloudy with periods of rain. Rain may be heavy at times. The high will be in the upper 50s.
A stalled frontal boundary to the east of Baltimore and Washington will set the stage for an extended period of unsettled weather. Cloudy conditions and periods of rain can be expected on Thursday and Friday along with cool temperatures as highs each day struggle to reach the 60-degree mark. Meanwhile, attention will turn to what is expected to become Hurricane Joaquin. The National Hurricane Center expected the hurricane to reach the Outer Banks of North Carolina at 2 p.m. on Sunday and move up the Chesapeake Bay as a tropical storm at 2 p.m. on Monday. This track would bring damaging winds and significant rainfall to central Maryland.
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