Weather conditions will continue to improve in Baltimore as the storm system that brought heavy rain and high winds to the Atlantic coast earlier this week moves out to sea.
It will be notably more refreshing as cooler, less humid air begins to settle into the city and especially the northern and western suburbs into Friday.
Temperatures will be slightly below average through the end of the week, but a warming trend will occur over this weekend as Artscape, America's largest free arts festival swings into high gear in the city.
Humidity will begin to rise this weekend and the risk for showers and thunderstorm return to the forecast on Monday afternoon.
AccuWeather meteorologists will be monitoring an area of disturbed weather and tropical moisture along the Atlantic Coast this weekend. There is a chance that this moisture could spread a period of clouds and rain along the beaches from the mid-Atlantic to Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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The March for Our Lives and Cherry Blossom Festival will take place this weekend in Washington, D.C., amid dry and seasonably chilly conditions.
Unseasonably cold conditions and heavy snow in parts of the northeastern United States over the past few weeks have led the National Park Service to push back the peak bloom dates for Washington, D.C.’s popular cherry blossoms.
With the long Easter holiday a week away, many across the United Kingdom may be wondering what the weather will be like and how it may impact travel and festivities.
Following several rounds of cold air, this weekend will feature a rebound in temperatures as dry weather dominates across Germany.
Nora strengthened into a severe tropical cyclone and remains on track to bring dangerous weather to northern Queensland into early next week.
Storm Hugo will barrel through the Iberian Peninsula, disrupting travel and creating hazards for residents into the first half of this weekend.
The fourth nor'easter to slam the East Coast in March brought record-breaking snow to parts of Pennsylvania and New York, while a cyclone produced severe flooding and mudslides in Madagascar.
While the weather pattern that brought storm after storm to the northeastern United States during March will linger, the pattern will shift enough to provide a break from clouds and snow next week.