BALTIMORE — Tuesday brought a super soaking while Wednesday brought blue skies, sunshine, and highs near 70 degrees. Those sunny skies have been traded in for stars overnight and light winds making for the perfect ingredients to get patchy frost to form.
A frost advisory is now in place for Carroll, Frederick, northeastern Howard, and northern Montgomery counties until 9am Thursday. Overnight lows in these locations look to dive down into the mid to upper 30s while along the I-95 corridor sits closer to 40-45 degrees.
Besides scraping off a little frost early Thursday morning you may even have the chance to see the International Space Station flying by. The fly by will be for 5 minutes between 6:59am-7:04am in the southwest to northeast skies above Baltimore.
Frost quickly thaws for highs around 70 degrees come Thursday afternoon. Clouds slowly increase Friday before more cloud cover and eventually some showers late in the day Saturday.
Our next soaking rain looks to arrive Sunday as a system gains strength in the Gulf of Mexico Friday and Saturday before riding north. The early call is another 0.5"-1.5' of much needed rain Sunday into Sunday afternoon. Monday we look to catch a break before more rain early next week.
Stay tuned for further updates in the coming days ahead.