A pleasant Veterans Day with highs in the mid and upper 50s is forecast for Baltimore and the region by the National Weather Service.
A westerly wind is forecast to blow across bright, mostly sunny skies at between 5 and 13 miles per hour.
The picture for the rest of the week is forecast to be less rosy. Starting Tuesday the weather is expected to take a turn, with a chance of snow flurries arriving in the early morning along with an Arctic cold front.
That front is forecast to bring with it "winter-like" temperatures, according to the National Weather Service.