Morning Rain And Warm Start: Spring About To Take Hold

Morning Rain And Warm Start: Spring About To Take Hold

Screen Shot2016-04-12 05_45_17Tuesday April 12 – Temperatures this morning are in the 60s, but that comes with the price tag of rain. There is a cold front on the move, and it will move through central Maryland this morning. The rain will linger this afternoon in the south for a few extra hours. While cooler air will follow, a gradual warm up will built through this weekend and next week spring seems to take a final hold. In fact, much of the week ahead looks dry. Check it out…

Simulated Radar: Tuesday Rain

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Jet Stream Shifting

After today, the weather pattern turns rather dry. The jet stream will push to our north and allow mild air to remain and a warm up to gradually build this weekend and next week.

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Temperature Outlook

With the focus on Baltimore, the temperatures should average the low 60s during the afternoons. We will have that most of this week. We should hit the 70s by Sunday. Next week, the warm up will push us to stay above average.

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These shirts (baseball T comes with red or black sleeves) and eco-friendly Tote Bag come with a bracelet to help raise money for 16 yr old Lexi Hack. She is having her 5th and final surgery on April 12 to fix her legs. She wants to give back to Sinai Hospital and the program that paid for the procedures. Please consider joining us: 
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