Once again another November day below average temperature wise and another day of gloomy weather. High temperatures Monday will top out in the mid 40s with pockets of drizzle and late showers rolling on through. A powerful coastal low will squeak by to our east creating flooding woes on the high tide cycles of the Chesapeake Bay and down at the coast in Ocean City hence the current warnings in place thanks to northeasterly wind flow. Rainfall amounts will be at or below 0.10" in most locations with cloud cover remaining the predominate issue through the day Monday.
Clouds will start Tuesday before sunshine works on through. A little bit of sunshine will go a long way in pushing temperatures back toward 50 degrees with highs approaching near 60 Wednesday and Thursday. A weak disturbance will pass just to the north of Baltimore along the PA/MD line Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with a little drizzle. This system will be quick moving with sunshine prevailing by Wednesday afternoon.
The end of the workweek looks a bit unsettling though with shower chances Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The bulk of the rain right now looks to arrive late Saturday into Sunday as a system ejects out of the Mid-South. As of now it will be all rain with no frozen precipitation expected. Highs temperatures will once again be back below average in the 40s and 50s. Stay tuned!!!