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Freeze Warning for Baltimore and DC for Thursday morning

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The National Weather Service at Baltimore/Washington has issued a Freeze Warning for much of the region from 2 a.m. through 9 a.m. Thursday morning.

A clear sky, light winds, and high pressure building over the region will result in ideal radiational cooling conditions overnight and into the early morning hours on Thursday. Temperatures are expected to drop into the upper 20s to lower 30s. Damage to vegetation should be minimal as the freeze period is expected to be a few hours, but sensitive plants and flowers may sustain damage.

Thermometer readings will quickly climb above freezing on Thursday morning and all locations will be above freezing by 9 a.m. No additional freezing weather is anticipated in the coming days.

Regional Weather Information

Baltimore average lows and highs

Washington average lows and highs

National Weather Service daily weather discussion

Baltimore/Washington National Weather Service

Chesapeake Bay marine forecast

Mid-Atlantic radar loop

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