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We have said it a lot this year, but what a day weatherwise.  After starting out the day with temperatures in the upper 20s/low 30s (32 degrees officially at BWI-Marshall), we warmed all the way up to 70 degrees Tuesday afternoon.  That puts us back above average, where we have spent most of the last four months.  The warm air is going to stick around as highs go back to near 70 degrees again Wednesday afternoon.  However, there is a cold front that will be going through at the same time.

Clouds will be on the increase Tuesday night, and maybe a few showers later.  Then, scattered showers will cross the state Wednesday with the front.  That front will push off to the south Wednesday night, taking the showers with it and setting up our weather pattern heading into the weekend.  This pattern will force the next two storms to take a track south of us – keeping us dry.  So as of now, it is still looking pretty nice for the home opener on Friday!

As for the weekend, we are going to start it out with bright sunshine.  But we will be watching for a possible front to move our way later Easter Sunday with some clouds and maybe a few showers.  Stay tuned as we continue to track this heading into the weekend.

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