It's starting to look like an Indian summer

October 19, 2012|By Paul McCardell, The Baltimore Sun

Could we be headed for an Indian summer? An Indian summer is defined as an unseasonably warm period (above 70 degrees) in mid-October to early November that occurs after first frost. An Indian summer can happen several times during the autumn. Temperatures for Saturday will be right around normal with a high of 68 and low about 46. They will remain normal at 66 and 45 for Sunday with clear skies. On Monday temperatures will start reaching the low 70s, and by mid-week will hit 75 with sunny skies.

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