Temperatures this time of year should hover near 46°
Saturday's forecast looks to be nearly 15° above average, as temperatures hang out in the upper 50s most of the afternoon with highs climbing towards 61° Early morning fog mixes by noon, but I think we'll still have some lingering cloud cover sticking around. A few sprinkles aren't out of the question--but I think most of us remain dry. Sunday's forecast isn't much different, although I'm keeping a 20% chance of showers in the forecast.
The better chance of rain arrives on Monday as moisture starts flowing in from the south. While temperatures will be dropping-- I think we will be a little too warm to get snow here in the city of Baltimore. Folks out in western Maryland, specifically near the Blue Ridge could see snow on Monday as this system pushes through.
The better chance for more widespread wintry precipitation arrives as a low pressure system tracks northeastward from the Carolinas and off the Delmarva Peninsula.