An east to southeast flow off of the Atlantic is helping to bring an abundance of low level moisture which has caused some patchy drizzle and fog to develop.

Areas of drizzle and fog will continue across central Maryland overnight as the moist flow from the east-southeast continues.

Clouds will likely be stubborn Sunday as moisture continues to build out ahead of a potent cold front which will swing through Maryland overnight Sunday into Monday morning. A line of gusty showers and thunderstorms with an isolated damaging wind threat associated with the front may develop and move across the I-95 corridor between the hours of 3 a.m.-8 a.m. Monday.

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