USNA Weather Forecast
A warm front will gradually approach the region Tuesday evening with periods of rain developing ahead of it. The front will pass on Wednesday with temperatures surging to near 60 degrees behind the front on Thursday. A cold front will pass Thursday night/Friday morning, before stalling to our south over the weekend. A wave of low pressure will ride along the stalled front on Saturday with a chance for wintry precipitation. The precipitation type on Saturday (frozen or liquid) will depend on how far south the cold front is able to push before stalling over the weekend.
Five Day Forecast:
- Tuesday: Mostly cloudy and breezy in the afternoon. Fog and periods of rain will develop in the evening and overnight (80% chance of rain). South wind increasing to 12-18 mph, gusting to 30 mph. High near 36 oF.
- Wednesday: Patchy morning fog with rain showers through midday. The rain may taper off in the afternoon before redeveloping Wednesday night. Southwest wind 12-18 mph. Low: 36-40 oF. High: 46-50 oF.
- Thursday: Mostly cloudy, breezy, and unseasonably warm. A slight chance for passing sprinkles (25% chance). Southwest wind 15-20 mph, gusting to 30 mph. Low: 40-44 oF. High: 58-62 oF.
- Friday: Partly sunny and warm with a slight chance for light rain showers (25% chance). Northwest wind 5-10 mph. Low: 42-46 oF. High: 48-52 oF.
- Saturday: Mostly cloudy with a chance for rain, freezing rain, sleet, and/or snow (50% chance of precipitation). Northeast wind 5-10 mph. Low: 30-34 oF. High: 32-36 oF.
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