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Looks like our next rain won’t be until Thursday, and temperatures will still remain mild.
High pressure Monday night will promote dry and pleasant weather through Wednesday with moderating temperatures. As the ridge moves overhead, the result will be mostly clear skies and light will allow overnight lows to drop into the mid 30s for most areas.
It’s Opening Day, and the weather is going to be OK!
Rob Long talks about Opening Day and the traditions that 60 years of Orioles baseball means to Baltimore.
The big storm edging slowly off the East Coast continues to spiral precipitation back across our region.
The movie “Noah” came out this weekend. Coincidence…maybe not.
teady rain, heavy at times will continue this evening and into the first part of tonight.
A “simple” of case of cooler, wet weather behind the front that has now moved to the south.
A cold front out to our west continues to push towards our region. It’s best that we cover for a shower until the front comes through tonight.
A band of showers is now over the area and the activity should tend to shift farther east and dwindle away during the course of the afternoon, so the early part of the afternoon is the wettest.
Earlier in the week, Bob gave us his National League preview for the 2014 Major League Baseball season. Here’s his picks for the American League.