BALTIMORE, MD—It wasn’t just a chilly morning…it was record-breaking.
The National Weather Service reports that a record low temperature of 34 degrees was recorded at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Saturday morning.
That breaks the old record of 36 degrees that was set in 2017.
The temperature at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport dropped to 37 degrees, the coldest temperature recorded there in May since May 11, 1966.
Should temperatures stay below 53 degrees today, that would also set a new record cold maximum temperature that was set back in 1977.
Things are expected to warm up a bit on Sunday with a high in the low 60s and partly cloudy skies for Mother’s Day.