BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Above-normal temperatures and some unstable air mean parts of Maryland, including Baltimore, could see some thunderstorms Tuesday evening.

Light showers around the lunch hour moved out early Tuesday afternoon, clearing the way for some thunderstorms to pop up beginning around 4 or 5 p.m. By around 9 p.m., it will be quiet in the region.

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The Storm Prediction has most of Maryland, including points north of a line from La Plata to Easton, under a marginal risk for severe weather. That includes Baltimore and Washington, D.C.

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The National Weather Service said the main threats for storms will be damaging wind gusts of 50 to 60 miles per hour. An isolated tornado can’t be ruled out.

Temperatures as of mid-afternoon reached the mid-60s in the Baltimore and D.C. areas.

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