Feeling a bit of the post-holiday doldrums?
There’s a chance this weekend’s warmth could cure that.
Although Friday afternoon might usher in some rain (there is an 80 percent chance), the short-term forecast for Howard and Carroll counties shows temperatures reaching the 60s by Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
And Saturday’s no slouch either, with temperatures reaching a high of 57 degrees.
There is a small chance of rain Monday, with a high of 56. Temperatures are expected to drop a bit Tuesday, with a high of 45, according to the weather service.
2012 Third Hottest Year in Baltimore Area