A brief warm-up is forecast Monday, with temperatures surging to the upper 60s by midday, but the cold returns Tuesday with a chance for a wintry mix of precipitation.
Temperatures reached 68 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport by noon Monday.
Rain chances move in Monday evening, as a cold front moves over the area, bringing colder air.
Snow or sleet could mix in with rain overnight through Tuesday morning, possibly until about midday. Temperatures are forecast in the lower to mid-30s in the morning hours.
Rain is possible throughout Tuesday, into Wednesday morning, with temperatures peaking in the upper 30s. In rural areas at higher elevations, including in Carroll County and along the Mason-Dixon Line, frozen precipitation could last into the afternoon.
Temperatures are forecast to bounce back to the lower 50s Wednesday and the upper 40s Thursday. Showers are possible again Friday.