Temperatures will achieve top of the 80s through the mid-day, with sun and clouds embracing severe mid-day storms. Humidity will stay high.

Searching ahead, storms may resurface around the weekend. But Tuesday through Thursday present mostly sunny to partially cloudy skies, with temperatures varying in the high 60s during the night towards the high 80s within the afternoons.

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Storms will begin in early mid-day in Western Maryland, sneaking into western and northern Carroll and Howard counties by late mid-day. The Baltimore metro area might find storms between 4 p.m. and night time, using the cells intensifying because they move east.

Thunderstorms are forecast for Monday mid-day in Baltimore, with the potential of heavy rain and damaging winds, the nation’s Weather Service stated.

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Heavy rain can lead to flash flooding, the elements service stated, but severe winds will give you the primary threat towards the region. A ton watch is within effect for the whole Baltimore metro region from three to 7 p.m. Monday, extending across the I-95 corridor to Washington and Philadelphia.

The storms will cap a weekend of mugginess and maintained warmth. A brand new “record warm” low was set at Washington Dulles Airport terminal on Sunday. The reduced of 73 levels clicked the prior record of 71 levels occur 2014.

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