BALTIMORE (WJZ) – After a soft and gray wrap at work week, showers are possible on Friday evening.
The rain will be largely scattered and intermittent until Saturday morning.
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A blocked front will persist near the Baltimore area, keeping a chance of downpours in the forecast.
However, much of our Saturday seemed dry, with humid weather reappearing after dinner time.
Afternoon temperatures will not exceed the mid-1950s.
This last surge of humidity will be the result of the passage of the cold front. Rainfall totals should not exceed 0.15 “.
As the system moves away from Maryland on Sunday, the skies will clear up and cooler air will settle in.
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Temperatures should not peak until the mid-1940s and thanks to a breeze from the northwest, they will approach 40 °.
While the upper quarantine is normal this time of year, this drop can seem like a shock to the system after the heat.
Monday through Thursday the air is calm and dry with partly sunny skies and peaks in the 1940s.
It looks like those winter temperatures are coming just in time to match the schedule.
Winter officially arrives on Tuesday!
Rain returns to forecast on Christmas Eve with about a 30% chance that Santa will experience downpours overnight.
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Our Christmas doesn’t look white, but it looks rather cloudy and potentially humid.