The frost advisory for several Maryland counties was canceled overnight by the National Weather Service. Clouds over the area prevented the frost from forming, the service reports.
So far today, temperatures reached 50 degrees at the Inner Harbor with a forecasted high near 59. Rain is possible after 4 p.m.
Saturday is expected to be mostly cloudy with a calm wind.
The frost advisory had been in effect for norther Baltimore, Howard and Harford counties. A freeze was possible for Frederick and Carroll counties, forecaster had predicted.