Rain and sleet are in the forecast this weekend, with a chance of snow early next week as a cold front sweeps through the Baltimore area.
The chance for winter weather comes after springlike temperatures graced the region late in the week. Friday’s highs were expected in the mid 60s, and there was a chance of isolated showers Friday afternoon.
Friday night was expected to be cloudy, and overnight low temperatures were forecast in the mid-30s, according to the National Weather Service.
Saturday is expected to be mostly sunny with high temperatures reaching the low 40s, and overnight lows in the mid-20s.
High temperatures will be in the high 30s on Sunday, when skies are expected to be mostly sunny, forecasters predict. A chance of rain and sleet returns Sunday afternoon, and overnight showers are possible before 1 a.m. as low temperatures dip to around freezing, the weather service reports.
Monday and Tuesday are expected to be dry, but more rain and snow could fall on the region Tuesday night and Wednesday, the weather service predicts.