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Two Chances of Rain Before Thanksgiving in Maryland

WBFF Baltimore logo WBFF Baltimore 5 days ago Amy Aaronson
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BALTIMORE (WBFF) -- The weekend before Thanksgiving starts dry and mild but two weather makers will zip through Maryland leading up to the holiday. 

A cold front drops into Maryland on Saturday. This won't send us any rain but will send us some extra clouds. Temperatures will still manage to climb into the above normal low to mid 60s. This means Saturday is the perfect day to string the lights outside ahead of the holiday season. 

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Sunday looks decent too with increasing clouds and cooler and more seasonable temperatures. Highs on Sunday end up in the mid 50s. 

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We'll start to see some showers arriving in the area by very late Sunday night. These will quickly move through Monday morning. This means most of Monday afternoon ends up dry with highs in the seasonable mid 50s. 

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Tuesday turns bright and sunny and cool with highs closer to 50. 

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Rain chance number two comes late Wednesday into Thursday morning. Daylight hours look dry Wednesday with highs in the milder upper 50s. 

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Right now it looks like showers move into Maryland overnight Wednesday through early on Thursday. Showers should end during the afternoon on Thanksgiving with highs close to 60. 

Friday is drier and still mild with highs holding in the upper 50s. 

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