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    BALTIMORE, MD (WJZ)– Lots of clouds for your Saturday with a few showers and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm. Highs will be in check only on the low to possibly mid-70s. READ MORE: Woman Arrested, Accused Of Throwing Molotov Cocktails At Maryland HomesLow clouds, areas of fog and some patchy drizzle return late tonight into early Sunday. Temps fall into the low 60s. Sunday will see some sun after the early clouds and a warmer day. With highs climbing into the low 80s, we’ll also see a few showers/storms. READ MORE: Maryland Forecast: More Wet Weather Is On The WayBy Monday, an approaching cold front will be the trigger for more afternoon/evening showers and storms. Behind the front, Tuesday and Wednesday will be very nice with dry air and lows ion the 50s if not a few upper 40s with highs in the low to mid 70s. MORE NEWS: 'Ending The Silence': Getting Past The Stigma Associated With Mental IllnessEnjoy as there are signs of some heat building here for next weekend.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Friday dawned with a touch of drizzle, low clouds, and a touch of light rain overnight.  There has been some very spotty shower activity and a few peaks of sun too. READ MORE: 'Ending The Silence': Getting Past The Stigma Associated With Mental IllnessThis weekend will feature more of the same.  Spotty showers and some thundershowers are possible tomorrow and again on Sunday. Temperature highs will warm into the mid- or upper-70s. The Baltimore area may even see the low 80s on Sunday.   By Monday, a cold front will cross the region. READ MORE: Late-Bloomer Cicadas Will Be Rising From The Dirt In MarylandThere will be very warm air in place and some increase in instability in the atmosphere. Some gusty thunderstorms are likely to erupt by the afternoon or evening.  Following the front, lower humidity and comfortable temperatures will follow on Tuesday and Wednesday.  By Thursday, a  shower may develop—perhaps later in the day. But that wet weather will be followed by a sunny, warm, but dry Friday.  MORE NEWS: Loved Ones Remember Pregnant Woman...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Thursday is shaping up to be a mixed bag with a blend of sunshine and clouds. Generally, it will be a mild, breezy day in Maryland with 8- to 16-mph winds blowing in from the southeast. READ MORE: Baltimore Police Fire Newly Hired Administrator Because He Is A 'Person Of Interest' In A Homicide, Harrison SaysBut sticking with our warming trend, temperatures are forecast to climb to an afternoon high of 69 degrees. We do have a chance for an afternoon shower, but that would be mainly north and west of Baltimore. READ MORE: Baltimore's Guaranteed Income Pilot Program To Provide Young Parents Monthly PaymentsAs we head into the evening hours, things will cool down but not nearly as much as Wednesday night. Wind will subside tonight, and we’ll dip down to a low near 52 degrees outside. As for Friday, our week will wrap up on a sunnier and warmer note. MORE NEWS: Baltimore Police Identify 61-Year-Old Victim Of City's 100th Homicide Of 2022The forecast calls for a mostly sunny day with an afternoon high near...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The anticipation of clear skies and light winds overnight has prompted frost advisories all across the region.  But before the frost sets in, Marylanders can reflect on the chilly, breezy, and mostly cloudy Sunday they enjoyed. READ MORE: Man Shot By Suspected Road Rage Gunman On I-295The day featured some light showers, some very small hail, and—in some northern areas—wet snowflakes.  Temperatures will fall back into the low to mid-30s in most locations with the exception of the metro centers and by the bay though.  Better news is on tap for Monday. That’s when a change in wind direction will allow warmer air to quickly melt any morning frost and make for a rather pleasant home opener for the Baltimore Orioles.  READ MORE: Family Of Woman Killed In Her Home Raises Money For Her ChildrenTemperatures are expected to climb into the low or mid-60s by mid- or late afternoon on Monday along with a mix of sun and clouds.  The warm front may create a few showers by Tuesday morning before even warmer air moves in. ...
    BALTIMORE, MD (WJZ)– After overnight clouds and some light rain the skies will be clearing and let Sunday Funday begin! If we get more sun than “breaks of sun”, as is the forecast right now, all the better for us. READ MORE: Witness Describes Violent Carjacking That Injured Baltimore Trauma DoctorIt will be another windy afternoon though. As far as this years early Spring and wind,  what’s new, right? It seems this has been a windier early Spring than in previous years. But that could also be me being impatient, like all of us, for some sunny and really mild days. And we may have to wait another week for that to become our April reality. Much of this week we will have a mention of rain in the forecast. The steadiest, and  heaviest, will be Tuesday night into Wednesday. READ MORE: Two People Arrested For Allegedly Killing A Man In DundalkThat will be a big slug of Gulf moisture rolling through the Mid-Atlantic. We could see over an inch in some locations. And beyond that we will...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After temperatures reached into the 60s on Wednesday, our Thursday will be noticeably cooler in Maryland. The showers that fell overnight have cleared out and colder air fueled by a cold front is filtering into our area from the northwest. READ MORE: Maryland's Warm Weather Will Give Way To Cold Temperatures AgainWe’re looking at a high of 53 degrees on Thursday afternoon, though it will feel a lot more like the mid to upper 40s outside due to the wind. Wind around 10 to 15 miles per hour will be a factor throughout the day and we could see gusts packing speeds of up to 25 mph. If the cold front’s impact isn’t already apparent, it will be Thursday night as temperatures tumble all the way down into the 20s. READ MORE: Maryland Governor Leads Solidarity Vigil For Ukraine On Ash WednesdayOur seven-day forecast is shaping up to be a rollercoaster of sorts. On Friday, temperatures outside will top out in the mid 40s, though they’ll climb into the mid 50s on Saturday. Looking a bit further...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Mother Nature has paved the way for a mild Presidents Day. There was a notable 24-hour change between Sunday and Monday as Baltimore moved toward the spring. READ MORE: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Launches Symphony in the City Series TuesdayWeather is typically a slow-moving drama with new twists and turns added on a daily basis. But lately, it has functioned as a roller coaster with temperatures dipping and rising. Today there is a dunny high in the very low 60’s. That temperature will rise to almost 70 degrees on Wednesday. But then it will go from much warmer to much colder—from frigid to cold and with the potential for wintry weather. READ MORE: Maryland State Police Say They Are Aware Of Planned Trucker Convoy Calling For Reopening Of CountryIt’s time to get super stingy and find some “me time” while the weather is pleasant. Jimmy Buffett might say it is time to “renew your license to chill” before the chill. March could be a difficult month. If you’re new to “the land of pleasant living,” then you’re...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Saturday we dealt with some whipping winds! In fact, some airports and ground observing sensors clocked winds in the 40-50mph range. Today will be less windy leading us to a quieter afternoon with highs in the lower 40s. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Get Ready For A Chilly But Sunny SundayIt will still be chilly but still less harsh than yesterday with below average temperatures. The winds will start to shift more out of the south over the next couple of days allowing for a warm-up that is expected to last through the middle of the week. Highs could eventually approach 70 degrees by Wednesday before a cold front swings through. As temperatures climb starting Monday, the weather will turn unsettled. By Tuesday showers return to the forecast. We will keep shower chances in the forecast each day. Meteorologists are closely monitoring the potential for some icing on Friday; especially during the morning hours. READ MORE: Baltimore County Police Arrest Several Juveniles For Disturbance At Towson Town CenterStay weather aware and keep checking back for updates as...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The forecast of a late weekend snowfall has gone according to “the script.” The weather has not thrown any weather curveballs. READ MORE: Annapolis Police Make Arrest In The Shooting Of Two ChildrenNow, the skies are slowly clearing, there’s a bit of a breeze, and the Baltimore area is experiencing a chilly day. There was a one-to-three-inch snowfall. For the most part, the snow accumulated on non-paved surfaces. As for the roads and sidewalks, they were just wet or slushy. That was partly due to the very mild temperatures that nested over the area for the past few days and the bright sunshine. Those things really warmed up concrete and asphalt. With clearing skies and a little breeze, the roads and sidewalks may dry quickly. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 700 New Cases & 12 Deaths Reported SundayBut note that anywhere water or slush stands still could be dangerous since there will be a refreeze overnight. So, tomorrow morning stay weather aware. A look at the seven-day forecast shows a big warmup though. Once the...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — While the headline for the rest of the week will focus on a warming trend and mild weather, computer models are still working to keep “Old Man Winter” in the picture. Temperatures across Maryland will warm into the 50s over the next couple of days, possibly reaching into the 60s on Saturday. That story will change on Sunday when arctic air returns to the area. READ MORE: Police Ramp Up Patrols Around Catonsville High After Student ShotThis arctic air will be problematic as we track an influx of moisture and the potential formation of a coastal storm, but it’s worth mentioning that there is still a lot of uncertainty in this forecast. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 1,044 Patients Hospitalized, Positivity Rate Dips To 5.39%While confidence is growing that a low will develop off the East Coast, questions remain about the timing, potential strength and anticipated track of that possible coastal storm. For now, we just want to make you aware that this storm is a possibility as we head into the weekend, especially since many of...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A slow warming trend can be expected this week as temperatures trend into the 50s by Thursday ahead of an approaching front. This front will arrive from the west and southwest Thursday bringing periods of rain and isolated instances of flooding, especially for the higher elevations in western Maryland. READ MORE: JHU Applied Physics Lab Lands On Glassdoor's Best Places To Work ListThe biggest question as this system develops is determining the timing of cold air. If cold air on the backside of this system arrives while moisture is still in place, it is possible that rain could transition to a period of ice or even snow before the system makes a complete exit. READ MORE: 3 Killed In Head-On Crash On Bel Air Bypass, 2 HospitalizedThere is a lot of uncertainty with the track of this system and the parent area of low pressure. The track will ultimately determine if we see any form of wintry precipitation Thursday into Friday. We have not issued a weather alert just yet, but continue to check back as we...
    If you have not had your fill of winter weather yet, here’s some fantastic news for you: A major storm is in store for the D.C. region on Saturday with frigid weather poised to continue through the weekend. First, the near-term. Weak winds and a lack of overcast will send temperatures plummeting to their lowest values yet Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. City-dwellers will wake up Thursday morning to temperatures in the teens, while sheltered valleys and rural areas could drop to near zero. Bundle up, limit exposure and beware of black ice on the roads. More Weather News More Local News The focus then shifts to the skies as a low developing over the Carolinas phases together with a cold front sweeping east from the Ohio Valley, setting the stage for a powerful coastal storm late Friday through Saturday. The current thinking puts Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Delaware and much of coastal New England through Boston under the bullseye for at least 6 inches of snow, with a rising risk of up to a foot or more. For Baltimore, D.C....
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a harshly cold start to our Wednesday, temperatures will climb into the low to mid 40s. As high pressure pulls offshore and milder air streams in, it will feel almost pleasant in comparison to Tuesday’s temperatures in the upper 20s. READ MORE: Maryland Department Of Health Confirms Ransomware Attack Caused Disruption In COVID-19 Data Last MonthWe’ll see at least partly sunny skies through the day with clouds taking over Wednesday night. Thursday afternoon’s temperatures should match Wednesday’s, but it will be much more of a gray day. Soak up those mid 40s, though, because cold air makes quite a comeback. Friday will only make it into the upper 30s and then we really drop off from there. READ MORE: Lexington Market Lands Taharka Brothers Ice Cream And Ovenbird BakerySaturday’s forecast high is 27° at this point. With that cold air in place and the potential for a coastal storm, we are looking at the possibility for another round of winter weather Sunday into Monday. There is still uncertainty about how much of Maryland will see...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — We started out Tuesday morning with many areas in the 10s and 20s. Parts of western Maryland actually bottomed out in the single digits with below zero wind chills as the sun rose in the morning. The forecast high for Tuesday is around 28 degrees for the Baltimore area. It is potentially the coldest day that we have seen in nearly three years. The last time the official high temperature was in the 20s at BWI-Marshall was on Feb. 1, 2019. This arctic blast has certainly been a shock to the system, but the chill is expected to ease-up as early as Wednesday. High temperatures are forecast to return to more seasonable values. After a cold start to the day, expect temperatures in the lower 40s by Wednesday afternoon. Another chill will settle in later this week as we enter the coldest time of the year, on average, for the Baltimore area (Jan. 13-29). Starting on Friday, temperatures are forecast to be a few degrees below normal. Cold air will be in place and any moisture...
    Key points: A Winter Storm Warning continues for much of the Washington and Baltimore metropolitan area until 4 p.m. Monday. Totals: Between 5 and 10 inches in D.C. and Baltimore, with 1 to 4 inches in northern and western suburbs and higher amounts possible south and east. The heaviest snow will fall between daybreak and midmorning. Federal offices and most public school districts are closed. See WTOP’s full list of closures and delays. The National Weather Service’s snowfall forecast for Monday. (Courtesy NOAA/NWS) It took a while, but winter is finally here in earnest: The D.C. metro region is hunkered down for its first accumulating snowfall of the season, and it’s poised to be a big one. Between 5 and 8 inches of accumulation are likely by Monday afternoon for millions from D.C. to Baltimore. Much of the region is transitioning from rain to a wintry mix as of 5:30 a.m. with a surge of frigid air from out west, and forecasters expect bursts of heavy snow starting just before daybreak and stretching on until Monday...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Governor Larry Hogan announced that the State of Maryland has activated a government-wide response to prepare for an incoming winter storm that could have a significant impact on roads and transportation systems. Most of the state is under winter weather advisories and warnings and the National Weather Service has expanded snowfall totals over the course of the day. “At my direction, our state is taking every precaution and coordinating resources to prepare for the first winter weather event of the year,” said Governor Hogan. “I urge Marylanders to stay tuned to their local forecasts for the latest updates on road conditions and potential closures, heed the guidance of state and local authorities, and use common sense.” The National Weather Service is estimating higher snowfall in the National Capital Region, Southern Maryland, and on the Eastern Shore. The precipitation will start as rain and shift to snow in the early morning hours. Wind gusts will be up to 30-40 mph and could lead to drifting snow. Mobilization of State Agencies: Multiple state agencies, including the Maryland Department...
    Hi Everyone! We are certainly looking at a mild Christmas Eve/Day 2021. A lot of consistency in the forecast not only tonight but through the weekend. Generally speaking our forecast highs, and lows, are 10 to 15 degrees above the averages for this time of year. (And in some cases closer to 20° above average.) READ MORE: Some Churches Hold In-Person Christmas Eve Services, With Precautions, Amid COVID-19 SurgeWe will see the second of two “holiday clippers” dive out of Ontario during the late-night, and overnight. And as discussed yesterday, the effects will be minimal. Zero chance of frozen precip or road issues. And the very light rain should be gone by midday. Do we say mild or warm with a high of 63° on Christmas? Frankly, I am leaning toward warm. And not only that but we will stay in the low 60’s for two or three solid hours. And adding to those warm numbers the sun returning more and more hour by hour will just make for a grand afternoon. #mdwx The next 12 ours will be cloudy...
    Hi Everyone! Generally speaking, we have no weather issues to worry about over the Christmas holiday weeks end and weekend. BUT NOTE as the first of two fast-moving “clipper systems” in the “7 Day Forecast” pass by just to our North, tonight, we could see some VERY LIGHT showers in Northeast Harford County, and Cecil County. #mdwx How the rest of this day, and early tomorrow will square away. NOTE-a "clipper" passing by to the North could give the NE 95 corridor showers. Forecast temps between Bel Air and the Delaware line re in teh upper 20's. Take care in the A.M. FOR SOME POTENTIAL SLICK SPOTS. pic.twitter.com/QQvzPApchF — Marty Bass WJZ (@MartyBassWJZ) December 23, 2021 READ MORE: Baltimore Officer Keona Holley Dies A Week After Ambush ShootingThe forecast low’s around the “Metro” are anywhere from 32°- to 35°. But up I-95 we are forecasting the upper 20’s. Roads are still chilled down from the past few days and any light moisture could become a spotty light glaze. This is something to be aware of but we cannot guarantee...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ)– A strong cold front will bring Maryland the chance for severe storms Saturday evening.   READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: 90% of Maryland Adults Vaccinated, Key Metrics Continue To RiseAhead of the system, it will be windy and warm. Today will be blustery through the day. Expect SSW winds between 15-25 MPH with gusts near 40. Damaging winds are possible starting at 4 P.M. as a cold front tracks through. NW winds between 25-35 MPH with gusts up to 55 are likely. #WJZ #MDWX pic.twitter.com/VbuccuXdZO — Meg McNamara (@MegWJZ) December 11, 2021 Highs will top out in the low 70s so we’ll likely surpass the current record of 69° at BWI.   Expect SSW winds between 15-25 MPH for the majority of our day, with gusts near 40.   READ MORE: Baltimore Police Locate Family of Lost ToddlerDamaging winds are possible starting at 4 P.M. as the cold front tracks through. NW winds between 25-35 MPH with gusts up to 55 are likely.   A Wind Advisory is in effect for the majority of Maryland from 4...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — After a slightly warmer Friday that ends with some showers across the region, Saturday will bring a very warm record-breaking high expected to reach 72 degrees! Later in the day, showers along a cold front, and the threat of a gusty severe thunderstorm is possible mainly between 5 and 9 p.m. Wind Advisories remain in effect from 4 p.m. Saturday to 1 a.m. Sunday for possible gusts to over 40 mph, even as high as 55 mph are possible. READ MORE: Baltimore Shooting Victim Identified As Department Of Public Works Employee, Police Looking For SuspectAs the cold front crosses the region, temperatures will fall and bring a chilly wind to the entire area on Sunday, despite a good deal of sunshine. High on Sunday very close to normal at 50 degrees, our normal is 48 then. All next week however, temperatures will be running between 7 and 15 degrees above normal with mainly clear skies as well! READ MORE: Homicide Under Investigation In Joppatowne, Harford Sheriff SaysThe current weather pattern all across the eastern half of the...