A squall line of rain showers could bring wind gusts of 40 mph or greater Friday afternoon, and significantly cooler air is behind it.
The line was moving into Central Maryland by 2 p.m. and was expected to cross the region by the evening rush hour.
It is bringing a short burst of heavy rain and strong winds, some of which could be strong, the National Weather Service cautioned.
After the burst of stormy weather, temperatures are expected to cool down quickly.
As of 2 p.m., it was 76 degrees and sunny at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, but just 50 degrees and foggy at Garrett County Airport in Western Maryland, according to the weather...