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Until tonight : There will be plenty of clouds everywhere, with some sunny spells. Most of the night is expected to be dry, but we could see a passing shower around dawn. Lows will range from the mid 30s to near 40.
See it current weather at the Washington Post.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Rain, possibly mixed with a little sleet to the north and west to start, is expected to arrive in the morning. It could rain all day. The heaviest is expected in the afternoon and evening until late at night. Temperatures are expected to spend much of the day in the 40s, but could rise into the 50s late.
By the time this is done, a thickness of 1.5 to 2 inches could fall over much of the area. We still need it, so that’s good news.
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Coastal Flood Monitoring: Minor to moderate flooding is expected Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning in St. Mary’s and Anne Arundel counties. Tides approximately 2 feet above normal may cause flooding in parts of Annapolis and other waterfront locations along the bay.
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