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WEATHER BLOG: Rain For Us. Snow For Them.

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Rain associated with the offshore storm is shifting east while a band of showers associated with the other storm is moving into the mountains from the west.

For the city it looks like a break from the rain for while then maybe another shower later on as that other band comes in.

At the coast, there will be some steadier and heavier rainfall during the early afternoon, and then it tapers off. A gusty wind will arise across all of the area. Any residual moisture could end briefly as flurries Friday night.

But that’s not expected to amount to anything except up toward Wilmington, Del. and on north and east.

The regional radar mosaic is showing the solid shield of precipitation moving from south to north across the area right now.

It has snowed out in Frederick and not much more than a coating is expected. Around the city of Baltimore and the I-95 corridor should see mainly rain.

It will be quite windy late Friday night and for a while Saturday and also somewhat colder. However, expect temperatures to begin a moderating trend early next week.

Have a good day!

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