Rain has already moved in this morning and there is more on the way.  The heavier push will early will stay south of Baltimore as the bands in central Maryland have seemed to break up a little. Strong winds have kept warm air in place, and  it will stay in the low to mid 60s all day long.  The will feed into the next wave of energy, this afternoon. So while there will be heavy bands or waves of rain also with thunderstorms, there will also be a lull in the action late morning.  Here is a quick radar simulation showing the development between 8 AM and 5 PM, but note the earlier time frames may not be as heavy as shown.  The strongest winds will develop by lunch time and could gust 30 to 40 mph.  After this passes, the temps will drop through the weekend. Then we see if the Great Lakes snow storm will bring us a chance of flurries.

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Simulated Radar

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Weekend Storm:

This will be a Great Lakes storm. Chicago will be on the edge of all snow, at least how it looks now. So watching how this plays out will determine if there is any bias or error in the models. For us, we will have only a chance of flurries or snow showers to follow on Sunday.


Temperature Drop:

The push of colder air will rebound a little by Thanksgiving



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