BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Most of Maryland could see some strong to severe storms on Wednesday.

A frontal boundary will stall over the region, colliding with a hot and humid airmass and bringing the chance for thunderstorms.

While there will likely not be any issues for Tuesday once a final batch of spotty showers moves through, Wednesday could be a different story.

Overnight, areas of Cecil and Harford counties could get in on some rain, but Wednesday evening is the best chance for severe weather.

The hot air will push temperatures up to the mid-90s on Wednesday, making things a bit unstable in the atmosphere.

The Storm Prediction Center has put the majority of the state under a slight risk for severe storms on Wednesday. Areas from Baltimore and north have the best chance of seeing strong storms.

Hot and humid air and thunderstorm chances will stick around into the weekend, keeping temperatures within arm’s reach of 90 degrees.

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Chelsea Ingram


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