Maryland experiences the traditional spring, summer, fall and winter seasons.
Spring months are consistantly mild, with some cloudy and rainy days. Summers are rather warm and humid, with milder days and cooler nights in the western mountains and along the coastal areas.
Fall weather is crisp and often clear. Winter usually brings some snow, with the greatest accumulations occuring in the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains.
Overall, January is the coldest month, with average high temperatures just over 30 degrees. Much colder conditions are common in the mountains.
June, July and August are the warmest months, with average high temperature near 80 degrees. Days in the 90's are not uncommon.
Annual precipitation averages near 45 inches, with lower amounts in the central panhandle area, and slightly higher amounts in the western regions.
For an interesting look at Maryland precipitation levels view this precipitation map.
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