The cool fall air is here and Friday started off pretty chilly for most of the state.
If you had to head out this morning, you know you had to grab that jacket! Baltimore woke up to temperatures in the mid-50s.
We should expect cloudy and gray conditions for the day with wet weather arriving later this evening as the remnants of Hurricane Ian make their way into the Maryland area.
According to recent weather reports, Baltimore is expected to pick up two to four inches of rain with isolated flooding.
Gusty Northeast winds are expected but meteorologists aren’t anticipating anything damaging.
If you have any Friday night plans, you may want to reconsider as the bulk of the rain is expected tonight into Saturday.
Moderate showers are expected to linger on Sunday before the system makes its way out on Monday.
Check out the forecast below:
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