BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Easter winds brought light rain and very cool air from the Atlantic across the region on Wednesday.
Rainfall is generally less than two tenths of an inch as of 9 p.m
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There are some areas of larger showers and perhaps some thunderstorm activity in the south and west of the area, which will last overnight and into Thursday.
A warm front is expected to move across the region, which will plunge much of the Baltimore area into a warmer and more unstable air mass on Thursday.
Temperatures could soar again in the 60s with a higher risk of more convective showers and some thunder.
The potential for severe storms is still forecast over southernmost Maryland and the lower East Coast on Thursday.
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The greatest risk is some storm with strong gusts of wind.
Slow clearing will take place late Thursday and into Friday and cooler air masses will also begin to move in.
Very cold air will prevail this weekend and showers are possible Saturday afternoon.
Garrett County could even see some wet snow at the time.
Sub-freezing conditions will return on Sunday night and Monday as the weather cools down again around mid to over 20s!
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Spring is going to have a rough time this weekend.
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