By Meg McNamara

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a sunny and warm start to our Thursday, storms are heading our way.

While we saw temperatures climb into the 80s this afternoon, things will cool down to the mid 40s into the evening hours.

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A cold front is bringing instability to our area, which means the possibility of isolated thunderstorms for most of us.

Most of Maryland is under a marginal risk, which is one out of five on the threat scale, with one being the lowest and five being the highest.

Of course, your WJZ First Alert Weather Team will be tracking the storms and will let you know if any storms become strong to severe.

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Damaging winds are the main threat to consider, but hail could also be in store.

While downpours are possible, the flooding threat is low, with most places picking up around a quarter of an inch.

Any storms or showers we get are expected to clear out by 6 p.m. or 7 p.m.

Friday will be clear and cooler, with temperatures topping out near 70.

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Another cold front arrives on Saturday and that means we’ll be chilly but dry on Easter, with highs in the upper 50s.