2022 is off to a hazy start, with the National Weather Service issuing a dense fog advisory for Baltimore and many surrounding jurisdictions through midnight Saturday.
The advisory affects much of Maryland from Elkton through Western Maryland as well as parts of West Virginia and Northern Virginia.
Lowered visibility of just one quarter of a mile could make driving difficult, according to the NWS.
Sunday is expected to be cloudy and windy in the morning, with gusts as high as 24 miles per hour and a chance of rain after 1 p.m., according to NWS meteorologists. The high temperature will be near 64. Lows overnight into Monday will drop around 28.
The first full week of the new year should be cold and clear, with low temperatures around twenties and thirties and highs in the forties.
We could even see snow: there’s a slight chance of snow Monday morning before 10 a.m., and then snow is likely again on Thursday night.