Chilly start Monday, warming up to 73 degrees later

Pleasant week ahead forecast

September 15, 2014|By Ian Duncan | The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore is in for a chilly start Monday, with temperatures in the 60s bringing a taste of fall before the day warms up into the afternoon.

The high for the day is forecast to be 73 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Inland areas of Harford County and Carroll County will have a colder start but catch up during the day.

There is a chance of rain overnight Monday, according to the weather service.

Tuesday is forecast to be warmer, with a high of 78 degrees. But the rest of the week looks much like Monday: bright skies, temperatures in the mid-70s and overnight lows creeping down to the 50s, according to government forecasters.

iduncan@baltsun.com

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