BALTIMORE, MD (WJZ) — A number of Flood Warnings and Watches are in effect due to steady rain across the State, according to the National Weather Service.

Sunday, the NWS issued a Flood Warning for Anne Arundel, Baltimore and Howard Counties.

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The alert is in effect until 3 a.m. Monday.

According to WJZ’s Tim Williams, a low front continues to remain over most of Maryland, causing steady rain and flood conditions.

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Some of the Flood Warnings will remain in place for several days and at least one until next Sunday, Williams says. An area of high pressure is slowly making its was across the Ohio Valley but until it arrives rain will continue to fall in our area.

For Monday through early Tuesday a northwest flow is building and high pressure will prevail welcoming dry weather and sunny skies.

Temperatures will remain well below normal on both Wednesday and Thursday with high temperatures struggling to make it out of the 60’s.

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