By Tim Williams

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a damp start to our Wednesday, the rain has cleared out.

We will stay mostly cloudy through the afternoon, and we’re looking at a high near 63 degrees.

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The showers break this evening before our next round of rain after midnight.

There will be scattered rumbles of thunder through Thursday evening with drizzle lingering into Friday morning.

At this point, we are not declaring an Alert Day for Thursday because the risk of severe weather remains very low.

After the showers clear out Friday, make your plans because the weather will cooperate for the weekend and Opening Day.

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We’ll stay dry and seasonably cool for Saturday, which will be mostly sunny with a high near 58 degrees.

That trend continues on Sunday when it will be mostly sunny outside with a high near 55 degrees.

Heading into the Orioles’ home opener, the day is shaping up nicely.

We will not have to wait for clouds to break or rain to clear because we will have dry and clear conditions already in place.

In other words, it will be a beautiful day for baseball.

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Monday will be partly sunny with a high near 63 degrees, followed by a partly sunny Tuesday with a high near 72 degrees.

Tim Williams