By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) – A significant rainfall event is forecast for much of Maryland late Thursday night into Friday morning.

According to WJZ’s Marty Bass, Thursday will be mild and dry, but showers and windy conditions arrive Thursday evening with steadier rain and possible storms overnight into early Friday.

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As the system moves through, be aware of areas that are prone to flooding or ponding and you will notice cooler temperatures.

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Be prepared for hazardous conditions on the roads for your Friday morning commute.

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The heaviest rain is expected to fall between 11 p.m. Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday and some areas could see more than half an inch of rain.

CBS Baltimore Staff