The day after Thanksgiving felt more like the end of September than the end of November with temperatures soaring from the mid and upper 30s around sunrise into the mid and upper 60s by mid-afternoon, with even some low 70s around the Chesapeake Bay region. Unfortunately, the upcoming weekend will be dominated by cloudiness and rain showers as a cold front presses toward the region from the northwest and low pressure rides along the front to enhance precipitation by Sunday. The weekend will not be a washout by any means, and most of Saturday will be rather dry albeit mostly cloudy by afternoon. Rain showers will be more persistent on Sunday as the low rides along the cold front. Sunny and cooler weather returns for the start of the new work week.
Here is the exclusive weather forecast for Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington. Tonight: Some cloudiness from time to time. Mild with a low in the mid 40s. Saturday: Clouds and sun during the morning followed by increasing clouds with a chance of an afternoon rain shower. The high will be in the lower to middle 60s. Saturday Night: Rain showers with a low in the mid 40s. Sunday: Occasional rain showers with a high in the lower to middle 50s. Looking ahead, expect sunshine on Monday with lows around 40 and highs near 50. A chance of rain showers on Tuesday and Wednesday with lows in the 40s and highs in the 50s.
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