From StormWatch7 Meteorologist Veronica Johnson:
Scattered Showers, Mainly Light, Breezy
Highs: near 70
Winds: Northeast 10-15 mph
Scattered Showers, Gradual Clearing, Few Peeks of Sun Possible
Highs: near 75
Winds: East 5-10 mph
Becoming Partly Sunny, Mild
Highs: upper 70s
Winds: SE 5-10 mph
Scattered showers and pockets of drizzle will make it necessary to keep an umbrella handy on this Friday. The flash flood threat remains, but mainly for areas that have had prolonged periods of heavy rain west of Washington, DC. In addition, the coastal flood threat is moderate around Annapolis and any marinas down into St. Mary’s county. Winds will increase and will likely gust upwards of 25 miles per hour. Highs later today will be just near 70 degrees. Showers will continue to dot the radar tonight and into Saturday. These lingering showers will fade Saturday afternoon and some clearing will occur. Saturday temperatures will be near average this time of year, just around 75 degrees.
Look for warm temperatures Sunday for the football game and a very nice start to the work and school week.
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