Weekend Outlook: March 24-27, 2023

We’ve got some unsettled weather coming our way for the next few days.

Some showers are likely through the evening before a cold front crosses the region overnight. We’ll see some clearing on Friday as high pressure tries to build in, but with the front stalled out just to the south, some clouds will linger, especially near the South Coast. Gusty winds behind the front will usher some cooler air in. Friday night will be on the chilly side with lighter winds and clear skies allowing for radiational cooling. Clouds quickly return on Saturday ahead of another storm system. While this one will be mainly rain, it may start as some snow, especially north and west of I-495. Some slushy accumulations are possible, but a change to rain will wash them away by late in the day. Rain comes to an end Sunday morning, then high pressure builds in for the rest of Sunday and Monday with dry and seasonable conditions.

Most of the models show precipitation beginning as a wintry mix outside of I-495 Saturday afternoon. Images provided by Pivotal Weather.

Thursday night: Partly to mostly cloudy with showers ending before midnight, breezy. Low 35-42.

Friday: Partly sunny, breezy in the morning. High 47-54.

Friday night: Partly cloudy. Low 27-34.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy and breezy with showers developing, starting as some wet snow outside of I-495 before changing to rain. High 39-46.

Saturday night: Mostly cloudy and breezy, with rain likely. Low 32-39 during the evening, temperatures may rise a bit overnight.

Sunday: Showers end early, then becoming mostly sunny, windy. High 51-58.

Sunday night: Clear skies, breezy. Low 30-37.

Monday: Sunshine and a few clouds, still breezy. High 46-53.

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