Brian’s exclusive forecast for Baltimore, Washington DC, and Annapolis:
Today: Sunny and warm, but less humid with a high near 90.
Tonight: Mostly clear with a low around 70.
Saturday: A few clouds from time to time, otherwise sunny and very warm with a high near 90.
A cold front pushed across the region yesterday afternoon, sparking a line of showers and thunderstorms. In the wake of the cold front, high pressure is building over central Maryland with lower humidity. Temperatures behind the front are still very warm, and highs will reach 90 at many locations by late this afternoon; however, dew point values are 10 to 15 degrees lower than this time yesterday, so it feels more pleasant outside. Today’s weather will continue on Saturday, except that a weak cold front may produce a few clouds and a brief rain shower during the day. Otherwise, plan for a mostly sunny and very warm day with highs near 90. Sunday looks sunny and warm with highs once again near 90. Looking ahead, the Middle Atlantic region will remain on the warm side of a cold front that will approach the region next week. As a result, we can expect daytime highs on Monday through Wednesday near 90 and overnight lows in the lower 70s. A stronger cold front may impact the region later next week with cooler and drier air.
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