After three days of temperatures in the 60s, today’s weather feels more like late November with a cloudy sky, rain showers, and temperatures in the middle 40s. Thermometer readings will not rise much today, perhaps into the upper 40s across the Annapolis area. Low pressure moving along a frontal boundary near central Virginia is causing rain in the Middle Atlantic states today, but the front will continue to move southeastward as high pressure in New England pushes in from the north. This will result in gradual clearing from north to south as we move toward evening. Southern Maryland will remain cloudy throughout the day with persistent mist and showers, while northern Maryland may see some sunshine before the sun sets later in the day. Cooler air will overspread the region tonight and Monday, followed by a soaking rain Monday night into Tuesday.
Here is the exclusive weather forecast for Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington. Sunday: Cloudy with rain showers and a high in the upper 40s. Sunday Night: Gradual clearing and cool with a low in the middle 30s. Monday: Clouds and sun early, then becoming cloudy later in the day with a high in the upper 40s. Monday Night: Rain likely with a low in the lower 40s. Tuesday: Rain likely with a high near 50. Looking ahead we can expect rain showers to linger on Wednesday with a low in the upper 40s and a high in the mid 50s. Clearing on Thursday with a low in the upper 30s and a high near 50. Sunny on Friday with a low in the mid 30s and a high near 50.
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