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After a little snow early on Tuesday morning, temperatures will warm into the 40s in Baltimore on Tuesday afternoon.
There can be some slick roads and sidewalks for the Tuesday morning commute, but clouds will break for some sun and roads will turn wet by the afternoon.
A wave of snow arriving from the Midwest has its eyes on the Northeast for Tuesday.
Above-average temperatures will then dominate weather headlines for Baltimore the rest of the week with highs around 50 degrees anticipated for Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures will then rise to near 60 on Friday.
With the warmup will come rain instead of snow later in the week, as well as the potential for minor flooding. Piles of snow will clog storm drains and the uneven weight of melting snow can lead to roof failures.
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Locally severe thunderstorms will rattle the mid-Mississippi Valley as this weekend comes to a close.
A needed break from the persistent rounds of showers and thunderstorms is finally on the horizon for the mid-Atlantic, but not before more downpours occur early this week.
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Outdoor festivities during Memorial Day holiday weekend may be in jeopardy across the eastern and northwestern United States, while the Midwest welcomes a drying trend.
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Following a plethora of damaging wind and hail reports in the western Plains on Friday, the next round of severe thunderstorms has its sights set on the central and southern Plains into Saturday evening.
Contestants in the 2018 Preakness Stakes race may face a muddy track in Baltimore on Saturday.