The Baltimore Department of Health and Human Resources has declared a Code Blue emergency.
Great weather yesterday, and today..well, just OK
The National Aquarium in Baltimore is launching a new series of events on Friday nights to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Baltimore in 1812 that inspired the words for the national anthem.
It is HUMID today. HUMID. (After last winter no complaints). But it is HUMID.
It looks like some showers Friday, but it also looks like a chance of a spring thunderstorm between dinner and bed time.
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There can be a few breaks in the clouds during the midday hours, but overall the afternoon is looking rather cloudy. There will be another batch or two of showers moving across the area from the west.
It was reasonable for officials to reroute a Capitol Police tactical squad away from the Washington Navy Yard rampage amid concerns about possible threats to the U.S. Capitol after the officers got stuck in traffic, according to a report released Friday that defends the decision.
The National Aquarium in Baltimore is bringing back two discount programs to help keep the attraction affordable to Maryland residents.
The shower and thunderstorm threat will persist throughout the day. The best chance of seeing the heaviest rainfall will be Friday afternoon in thunderstorms.
Some dry weather for Friday as a ridge of high pressure temporarily builds into the mid-Atlantic states. The sky should average partly sunny (“brightest during the morning,” but there will be some fair-weather clouds bubbling up Friday afternoon), and most temperatures will be in the mid and upper 80s.
Metro says passengers should expect to wait longer than usual for trains this weekend while work is being conducted, and three stations on the red line will be closed.