Floods, spring-like temperatures, high winds, snow – just a typical few days worth of Maryland weather, it seems.
After heavy rains Thursday that led to flooding across Howard County, the National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting light snow Thursday night and Friday.
There’s a 60 percent chance of snow Friday, mostly before 9 a.m. Skies should become mostly sunny after that and temperatures will hit the low-30s. NWS is calling for a ‘blustery’ day, with winds as fast as 40 mph. Friday night, temperatures will drop to the low 20s.
Clouds will return Saturday, with temperatures in the mid-30s and calmer winds. Saturday night there is another chance of snow – 40 percent – and temperatures will drop to the mid-20s.
Sunday will bring a slight chance of snow before 1 p.m., otherwise skies will be cloudy and temperatures will reach the low-40s, dropping to the mid-20s at night.
Next week starts off with temperatures in the high-30s Monday, and partly sunny skies.