Even though it is officially Autumn, we are still talking about temperatures making it into the 80s! Believe it or not, that is about 5-6 degrees warmer than average for this time of year. Temperatures will gradually climb into the mid-70s by noon and eventually flirt with the lower-80s by the late-afternoon hours. It will feel milder in spots closer to the Inner Harbor and near the bay.
Locally widespread dense fog looks to be the big story early Sunday, but after it diminishes by mid-morning, clouds will break apart, allowing for some sun to peek through. This is all courtesy of high pressure moving into the Mid-Atlantic region. There may be some residual showers lingering around the Delmarva Peninsula, but most spots remain dry across Maryland!
Overall, Sunday will be a great day to head outdoors and do some apple-picking! Rain chances do make a return as we head into early next week as a couple cold fronts slide through the region--keep the rain gear nearby!