More than 2½ inches of rain fell throughout the Baltimore region since Wednesday as cooler temperatures began to sweep through the region Thursday, the National Weather Service said.
A cold front moving into the area will stall overnight into Friday, with a low-pressure system forming around the front, the weather service said.
After unseasonably warm highs in the mid-70s for several days,Thursday’s temperatures dipped to a high of 54 and an overnight low of 47. Friday will bring slightly warmer temperatures with a high is 61, but a patchy drizzle is possible throughout the day and the low will be 39.
"As higher pressures build in from the west on Friday, winds will shift to the west-northwest and low clouds will clear from west to east during the morning hours,” the weather service wrote. “By afternoon, there will be sunshine and seasonable temperatures in the 60s.”
Saturday is expected to be sunny with a high near 54, and a low around 41 degrees before rain has the potential to move in again Sunday.