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Yesterday's weather will be hard to beat in the coming week, as cooler air will tend to dominate the pattern, especially later on. Some high clouds have moved in already this morning, but there will be some sunshine this morning before it turns rather cloudy by this afternoon in advance of a warm front approaching from the southwest. Rain will move up from the southwest, probably even getting into the viewing area by late this afternoon. In Baltimore, the start time should be between 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm. The rain will continue for much of the night before tapering off around or shortly
before daybreak as the warm front lifts northeast of the area. Over 1" of rain looks like a good bet in most spots.

In the wake of the warm front and out ahead of a cold front approaching from the west, we should sneak in some breaks of sun tomorrow before a round of showers and even a few thunderstorms come in late in the afternoon and evening.

Out ahead of the front, the breaks of sun should help temperatures get into the 70s.
Behind the front, temperatures will still get well into the 60s on Tuesday thanks to a mild start and a gusty westerly wind.

A cold front moving through on Wednesday will likely touch off a shower or two. Behind the front, an upper-level low will settle over the Northeast for the remainder of the week and next weekend, keeping us on the cooler side of average. Temperatures will struggle to reach 60, although a good chunk of the time should be dry.

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