Don’t forget to pack the umbrella and raincoat. Rain is foretasted every day for the remainder of the week, according to the National Weather Service.
Tuesday’s temperatures are expected to reach a high of 63 degrees and a low of 38, according to the weather service. The chance of rain is 60% and is likely to begin after 4 p.m. Less than a tenth of an inch is expected and winds will be around 7 mph.
A warm front will move through the region over the next 24 hours, bringing wet weather with it, the forecast said. Rain is expected to pick back up around 2 a.m. Wednesday. Cooler temperatures also could bring the potential for freezing rain Wednesday morning, particularly in Northern Maryland along the Mason-Dixon line, the weather service said.
The week kicked off with record high temperatures of 67 degrees recorded at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, breaking the old record of 66 degrees set Feb. 3, 1932.
Temperatures Wednesday will be a high of 42 degrees with 60% chance of rain. That chance rises to 90% overnight, the weather service said, with a low is 37 degrees. Rain is likely all day Thursday, though temperatures are expected to be warmer, with a high of 58 and low of 43 degrees.