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7:00 AM | Weather looks good for tonight's Orioles playoff opener and rain associated with the next strong cold front could hold off until after the Nats opener on Friday night

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Becoming partly sunny after morning clouds with a touch of drizzle possible early, cool, highs in the mid 70’s

Tonight

Mostly cloudy, cool, maybe some drizzle late, lows near 60 degrees

Friday

Partly sunny, becoming breezy, cool, mid 70’s

Friday Night

Cloudy with periods of rain mainly after midnight, maybe a thunderstorm, breezy, cool, near 60

Saturday

Clouds and lingering showers early then becoming partly sunny, breezy and cool, upper 60’s

Sunday

Mostly sunny, quite cool, highs not far from 60 degrees

Monday

Mostly sunny, still cool, but milder than Sunday, near 70

Tuesday

Partly sunny, cool, near 70

Discussion

The weather looks quite good for tonight's Orioles playoff opener in Baltimore and rain associated with the next frontal system could hold off tomorrow night until after the Nats playoff opener. A powerful cold front is barrelling towards the east coast and it will be an important event in the typical autumnal transitional process of "stepping down" in temperatures from summer-to-winter. The month of September ended on Tuesday with high temperatures flirting near the 80 degree mark along the I-95 corridor and last weekend featured temperatures in the low-to-mid 80's - it'll be quite a challenge to see those kinds of high temperatures for quite awhile behind this front.

The upcoming frontal system will be mainly a "midnight-to-mid-morning" event around here from late tomorrow night into early Saturday with the threat for some heavy downpours and a possible thunderstorm. Slow clearing will hold off until later Saturday and it’ll occur from southwest-to-northeast in the Mid-Atlantic region (i.e., DC clears out well before NYC) as much cooler air pours into the area. Sunday will feature temperatures way below normal for early October and the cool weather pattern will continue on Monday and Tuesday although it won't be as chilly as it'll be on Sunday.

Video

httpv://youtu.be/OO42ll6VazY