Attention drivers. Crews are accelerating construction for the Grand Prix of Baltimore, which means traffic headaches for many commuters.
Temperatures in the lower 80s Friday, but these will tend to run a bit lower Saturday and on Sunday as clouds become more widespread.
Six grueling weeks of hardcore physical fitness and discipline come to an end for 1,200 Naval Academy plebes.
Metro riders will experience longer-than-average waits for trains this weekend on the red, orange and blue lines.
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.
Well the heavy rainfall is now training over and east of the Chesapeake Bay and this looks to continue through early Thursday afternoon.
It’s not Fourth of July without Maryland crabs. But this year, you better get them early. And unfortunately, it will cost you more.
Maryland’s number one summer destination might see a slight surge in visitors this holiday weekend.
Metro says part of the red line will be shut down for weekend work.
Rainfall across the region will be about 1 inch. This rainfall will taper later Friday morning and we’ll have just a lingering shower or two in the afternoon. The p.m. drive will be much better than the a.m. one. We will likely even see a little sunshine later Friday afternoon and early evening.
Sunshine dominated both days, while highs jumped from 54 degrees Saturday to 68 degrees Sunday.
The Baltimore Boat Show is making a splash this weekend.