A strong cold front pushing through the Midwest will arrive in Maryland on Wednesday night. This will allow a bitter blast of cold air to arrive just in time for Thanksgiving.
High temperatures will struggle to get above the freezing mark. With the added breeze, wind chill values will be in the teens and low 20s for much of the afternoon.
The normal high temperature this time of year should be in the middle 50s. While it doesn't look likely that we will break any records, it will be the coldest Thanksgiving that Baltimore has experienced in quite sometime. The record coldest high temperature for Thursday currently stands at 29 degrees from 1880.