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You will never find weather in the Mid-Atlantic as beautiful as we saw Saturday..right? Well maybe not right.
After starting their 10-game stretch at Camden Yards with a 5-1 record, the Baltimore Orioles ended the homestand with a massive thud.
For the day today, high pressure will slide east off the coast, allowing for a westerly flow to return to the region by this afternoon.
The cold front that brought heavy rainfall to parts of the area a couple of days ago has pushed far enough to the east to allow for some beautiful weather for the first half of the weekend.
An area of surface high pressure will nose into the region from the west Friday night into Saturday, delivering a great start to the weekend with plenty of sunshine and temperatures in the middle 80s.
Saturday looking really good in central Maryland with plenty of sunshine, a few afternoon clouds and highs in the mid 80s.
The Birds have three games remaining against the Twins and it would behoove them to win at least two out of the three.
Skies are clearing, humidity is leaving, and THAT is the news.
Free agent Chris Davis will get paid handsomely when he hits the free agent market this off-season. If the Orioles don’t pony up another team will.
A Flash Flood Watch will be in effect after 4 PM today.
I had a late night, (late for me), at Camden Yards to be honest.