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Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Wednesday.

WEATHER
It's going to be hot and humid today under partially sunny skies. Temperatures will hit nearly 90, with an overnight low of 67. There is a 70 percent chance of thunder boomers this afternoon and evening, so you better pack rain gear. Muggy winds will be 6 to 12 mph out of the south-southwest.

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FROM TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Morgan Arnold, 16, who was accused of plotting her father's death, prominent businessman Dennis Lane, two years ago, pleaded guilty Tuesday in Howard County Circuit Court to first-degree murder. She faces life in prison when sentenced in August.

About 40 demonstrators led by the Rev. Jamal H. Bryant blocked traffic for more than an hour on Interstate 395 in Baltimore Tuesday morning -- the first of what Bryant said would be "10 biblical plagues" unless state officials scrap plans for a $30 million youth jail.

Following a lengthy investigation that mirrors one taking shape in Baltimore, the U.S. Department of Justice and Cleveland officials unveiled dozens of reforms Tuesday as part of a consent degree to curb the amount of force used when police arrest suspects.

A Johns Hopkins Hospital conducted by researchers at the Wilmer Eye Institute suggested that there is a link between vision deficiencies and students learning to read.

FROM LAST NIGHT
In the wake of rioting last month over the death of Freddie Gray who died in police custody, officials estimated that the cost to personnel and damage to city-owned property to be $20 million.

At least two people died and a dozen were rescued from Maryland waters in the past few days as a warm Memorial Day brought swimmers, boaters and fishers outdoors, according to Maryland Natural Resources Police spokeswoman Candy Thomson.

Shannon Cosgrove, deputy director of the Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice, submitted her resignation Tuesday. She is the fourth member of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake to resign in recent days.

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