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7:00 AM | Great weather today for celebrations by baseball fans from Baltimore to DC; cool, dry pattern continues right through Friday; warmer this weekend with 80+ degrees on Sunday

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny, comfortably cool, highs in the low-to-mid 70’s

Tonight

Mostly clear, cool, lows near 55 degrees

Thursday

Partly sunny, cool, mid 70’s

Thursday Night

Mainly clear, quite cool, low 50's

Friday

Mostly sunny, cool, near 70

Saturday

Partly sunny, not as cool, mid-to-upper 70’s

Sunday

Partly sunny, warm, low 80's

Monday

Partly sunny, comfortable, mid-to-upper 70’s

Discussion

The odds for a "beltway" World Series took a step forward last night and there will be great weather today for those in Baltimore and DC who are in a celebratory mood. A weak cool front passed through the region early yesterday and high pressure has regained control and will stay in control for the rest of the week. Temperatures will continue to run at below normal levels over the next few days with highs generally in the 70’s along the I-95 corridor and nighttime lows in the cool lower-to-middle 50’s. As high pressure pushes off the Northeast coastline this weekend, our low-level winds will become southwesterly and it'll turn warmer. In fact, the warmest of the next five days is likely to be Sunday with 80+ degrees for high temperatures. That weekend warm up will be short-lived, however, as a cool front should usher in cooler air during the early part of next week. Elsewhere, flooding rains can be expected in Arizona and New Mexico over the next couple of days from the remains of Hurricane Odile.

Video

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