Fans of inclement weather who didn't get their fill from Superstorm Sandy have much to look forward to this week, according to forecasters at the National Weather Service.
NWS issued a freeze warning for southwest Baltimore County on Sunday, effective through Monday morning. The weather is expected to be mostly sunny on Monday, reaching a high of about 48 degrees before dipping near freezing Monday night.
Mostly sunny skies are also forecast for Tuesday, with the temperature reaching 46 degrees during the daytime and as low as 36 at night, according to NWS.
A significant nor'easter storm system is expected to affect the northeast U.S. on Wednesday, which could produce high winds and flooding, according to NWS.
Rain is likely in this area on Wednesday, NWS forecasts, and could possibly turn to snow on Thursday. The weather is predicted to clear on Friday in time for the weekend.