Temperatures could be pushing 80 degrees around Baltimore by Tuesday afternoon, nearly 20 degrees above normal.
The morning was forecast to start off mild relative to typical October standards as well. Overnight lows were forecast in the 50s, while normal lows for late October are in the lower 40s. Normal highs are in the lower 60s.
Temperatures are forecast to surge into the lower 70s by midday with mostly sunny skies and a 10-15 mph southerly breeze.
The record high for Tuesday's date is out of reach, at 87 degrees set in 1919. But only most other dates in late October, 80 degrees would be within a few degrees of a record high.
Clouds are forecast to move in overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, with chances for showers Wednesday and highs in the upper 60s before more fall-like weather moves in.
Sunshine and highs around 60 degrees are forecast Thursday and Friday, with temperatures dipping into the 40s and 30s overnight.
Saturday is expected to bring a stronger chill with highs around 50 degrees and lows near or below freezing.