Lightning strikes as a severe storm passes over east Baltimore. (Jerry Jackson, Baltimore Sun /July 14, 2014)
The risk of clouds and rain on Mother's Day now appears likely to wait until Sunday evening, forecasts show.
Until then, Maryland is expected to be under a high-pressure system that will keep highs in the mid- to upper-70s, humidity low and skies clear.
A front is expected to move across the region late Sunday, first bringing a chance of thunderstorms and then showers. Clouds are likely, but the chance of precipitation is 20-30 percent.
Happy Mother's Day.
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