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Maryland Weather: Fog Hradually Lifts Overnight, Mild Monday

BALTIMORE — Patchy dense fog should lift during the overnight hours. Monday looks partly sunny, dry, & mild. The steady rain from Saturday night into Sunday morning has pushed well offshore. We saw some beneficial rain out of this system, especially across parts of Howard and Anne Arundel counties. Here are some areawide rain totals from this recent rainfall event.

Behind the rain, leftover moisture is causing patchy dense fog across parts of the area. Please use extreme caution when driving by reducing speeds and using your low beams. The fog should gradually dissipate during the overnight hours and should be over before sunrise Monday. 

We’ll see mostly clear to partly cloudy conditions by Monday morning with temperatures falling into the upper 30s & lower 40s. Monday through Wednesday we are dealing with plenty of clouds. There will be some breaks of sun, but the clouds will likely will be more noticeable than the sun during this stretch. Monday will be our mildest day with highs in the lower to middle 50s with a breeze out of the west at 10 mph. 

Some seasonably chilly air returns to Maryland late Monday night through Thursday. During this time, seasonably chilly air pushes into our area from New England. We’ll see highs in the upper 40s Tuesday. High temperatures only reach the middle 40s Wednesday and Thursday.

A clipper system diving south from Canada arrives Tuesday night into Wednesday. This weak storm will likely bring some showers of rain and even wet snow across western Maryland, but most of our area looks to stay dry. The best chance of an isolated shower would be across western Carroll and Howard counties. 

By Friday our temperatures are quickly on the rebound. High temperatures will spike back into the middle 50s along with plenty of sunshine. The warm-up continues Saturday as our temperatures approach 60 degrees. As of now, Saturday looks like the pick of next weekend with partly sunny and dry weather. 

Our WJZ First Alert Weather Team will be monitoring the potential for a strong storm system next weekend that will impact the central and eastern United States. It’s very early, but right now this storm could bring us periods of rain and gusty winds on Sunday. Stay tuned as we get closer to next weekend and the details of this potential storm along with the timeline and impacts become more clear. 

Source: CBS News