April 4 – The current system will bring us a band of showers this morning that could have a rumble thunder. It will come with warmer winds and be followed by afternoon temperatures in the mid 70s. After one quiet day tomorrow, the action will pick back up on Thursday. That is when we will have a chance for severe storms, followed by the cold side of the storm and heavy snow to end the weekend in western Maryland.

This morning, a band of showers may have local downpours. There is a slight chance of more showers developing this afternoon.

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Warm Afternoon

Highs in the mid 70s


Strong Winds Increase Towards Evening


Next Storm:

Rain may build in Wednesday Night, but Thursday will be a very active day as the next storm will pulse with energy over the Mid Atlantic. We have a Slight to Enhanced risk for severe storms.


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We will go from heavy rain and thunderstorms to a system that will end with moderate to heavy snow in the mountains. Over 6 inches of snow in Garrett County possible Friday

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Temperature Outlook: Warmer Next Week

After the chill Friday and Saturday, the pattern settles back into the 70s next week.


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