After unseasonable highs of 76 degrees Saturday and 77 Sunday and Monday, Baltimore will have one more warm, sunny day before Tropical Storm Eta’s remnants sweep through the region midweek and bring wet weather.
Tuesday’s forecast, according to the National Weather Service, is for patchy dense fog before noon, then partly sunny skies with a high of 71 and a low of 62.
A cold front will move into the area by midweek, leading to a return of wet weather, forecasters said, which could stall to the south and might maintain a chance for rain the rest of the week.
Heavy rain is likely Wednesday, along with some thunder, and there is potential for isolated flooding, forecasters said. Meteorologists said they expect 1-3 inches of rain.