As a storm brings everything from snow and ice to flooding and tornadoes to parts of the nation this weekend, less violent weather is in the offing around Baltimore.
The only major travel concern locally is for patchy dense fog.
Very little rain will fall through Sunday around the metro area.
Temperatures are forecast to reach record high levels this weekend around Baltimore.
Much colder air will sweep back into the region Monday night, Tuesday and into Christmas Day.
There is a chance of flurries Tuesday into Tuesday night. However, there is not likely to be any snow on the ground for Christmas Day.
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A fresh shot of cool air will keep temperatures below normal in northern Europe through this weekend.
Concerns are being raised about how the California drought is negatively affecting the state’s emission goals by hampering the ability to rely on hydroelectricity, which is a cleaner, less expensive form of electricity.
Pets, like humans, enjoy spending more time outdoors during the summer. However, there are health hazards that owners should be aware of to make sure pets remain safe and healthy.
A tropical threat from the Atlantic on the United States and Caribbean islands may increase into next week.
As temperatures rise through the weekend in the South, so will the risk for heat-related dangers.
Pueblo, CO (1984)
State fair was closed during vicious hailstorm. Nine people were hurt, one seriously. Damage totalled $40 million, and 500 light bulbs were broken by the hail.
Thunder Bay/ Lake Huron, MI (1863)
"One of the most violent hurricanes (wrong name) experienced by mariners for many years swept over Lake Huron, doing extensive damage to vessels." Ships lost sails and had masts taken off 30 feet above deck.
Rochester, MN (1883)
A tornado killed 31 people and destroyed 1351 dwellings.