Easter does not bring heavy rain on Sunday

Easter does not bring heavy rain on Sunday

Nor’easter brings heavy rain to Baltimore

Some areas could see light snow Tuesday after the storm ends and cold air sweeps in

Now WBAL, TV 11 weather forecast with meteorologist Tony Pann. Well, if there’s one good thing about tonight’s forecast, it’s that temperatures are relatively mild for this time of year. If this big storm had been coming from the coast and a colder air mass, we would have been dealing with a fairly large snow event around Baltimore. But temperatures are in the 50s, so it’s too warm to snow. 54 at BWI Airport, north-easterly wind at six o’clock. The wind won’t be too bad here this evening. I expect them to reach the 30 or 40 mph range after midnight tonight when the center of the storm comes through. But now, this evening, the wind won’t be so bad. Temperatures will basically stabilize tonight. About their whereabouts. He’s 48 years old in Frederick, 52 years old, Fort Meade 54 years old, in Bel Air. You’ll stay in the same neighborhood all the way until tomorrow morning. As mentioned at the top of the display, we have a band of moderate rain coming through the I-95 corridor now, represented by dark green and a bit of yellow. But if we zoom out, you can see that the center of the storm is still far away here in the Carolinas. This batch of heavy rain is headed toward Baltimore. It will take a few hours to get here, but I think again, about 10pm to 2am is when we can expect that batch of heavy rain to fall. So let’s spend time on future broadcasts. We will set the time frame for this evening. This is it. 8:00. You see orange and red here. This is heavy rain moving toward southern Maryland. But if you’re driving anywhere this evening, it’s going to be slow. So, if you’re going to visit friends or family to watch a Ravens game or something, know that there’s going to be a lot of standing water on the roads. Set the time frame to. It’s 10 p.m., and this band of heavy rain will move up and down the I-95 corridor. It comes down to when the wind will start to pick up. The strongest winds will blow to eastern shore counties near the center of the storm. By midnight tonight, heavy rain will begin to fall in southern Pennsylvania, and there may be a small break in the rain around 2 or 3:00 AM. But I think it will fill up again. So, there will likely be some rain for at least the Monday morning commute. This is true before 7:00. The best chance for rain Monday morning will be in eastern shore counties. The weather will be dry tomorrow afternoon becoming windy and cooler. Temperatures will drop from the 50s to the 40s, so forecast in detail. Periods of rain tonight, heavy at times. The weather will be stormy. Temperatures are mainly steady in the 50s. Some minor flooding issues are certainly possible on the roads during tomorrow. Showers in the morning then partly cloudy in the afternoon. But temperatures will drop from the 50s to the 40s, and wind speeds could reach 30-35 mph. Even tomorrow afternoon. Except for those coming from the south, they will move to the northwest as cold air enters. It will turn cold on Tuesday. It will feel like winter again, with a high temperature of just 39 degrees, and a chance of light snow showers or flurries, especially in the morning. And some of you, especially north of Baltimore, may pick up a dusting of snow. It should be dry for the rest of the week, with perhaps some rain on Saturday. And believe it or not, one week from today

Nor’easter brings heavy rain to Baltimore

Some areas could see light snow Tuesday after the storm ends and cold air sweeps in

Mild sunshine on Friday and Saturday will give way to heavy nor’easter rain arriving on Sunday. Heavy rainfall of 2-3 inches and wind gusts of up to 40 mph are expected Sunday through Monday afternoon as the Nor’easter moves up the coast. The strongest winds will likely come Monday as the storm departs. Snow showers are likely as cold air sweeps in on Tuesday. Similar to last Monday, light snow or dust accumulation is possible in some areas, especially north of Baltimore, but details remain up in the air as we fine-tune the exact track and timing of the storm. Stay with 11 News and update WBALTV.com and often the WBAL-TV app for weather forecast updates. Download the WBAL-TV app now and turn on alerts to be aware of severe weather warnings, listen to NOAA Weather Radio, and watch WBAL-TV 11 when impending severe weather develops. Follow: @wbaltv11 | @TTasselWBAL | @AvaWBAL | @TonyPannWBAL | @DalenciaWBAL | @ChelseaWeatherWBAL-TV 11 Maryland Weather RadarApp users click here to get interactive radar. Maryland 7-Day Weather Forecast Alerts: Severe Weather Alerts from the WBAL-TV App: A Step-by-Step Guide Closings: Find out if schools, businesses or organizations have closed or delayed RADAR: Track snow, sleet, or freezing rain with special interactive radar By WBAL-TVROADS: Check for breakdowns and backups with our interactive traffic mapWINTER: GUIDE: Ice safety, driving dangers and power outagesTORNADO SURVIVAL: 5 things you need to do nowHurricane Preparation: How to prepare for hurricane season

Moderate sunshine on Friday and Saturday will give way to a shower of Easter light on Sunday.

Heavy rain of 2-3 inches and wind gusts up to 40 mph are expected Sunday into Monday afternoon as the Nor’easter moves up the coast.

The strongest winds will likely come Monday as the storm departs.

Snow showers are likely as cold air sweeps in on Tuesday. Similar to last Monday, light snow or dust accumulation is possible in some areas, especially north of Baltimore, but details remain up in the air as we fine-tune the exact track and timing of the storm.

Stay tuned to 11 News and update WBALTV.com and the WBAL-TV app often for weather forecast updates.

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