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Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday

Here's what you need to know to start your day.

WEATHER

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Enjoy it while it lasts, because there are major weather changes en route to Maryland. Today's temperatures will reach a high of 56, and a low of 37 overnight. Over the river and through the woods to grandmother's house we go will be made more difficult on the busiest travel day of the year Wednesday, as a wintry mix charges up the East Coast from the Carolinas to New England, which forecasters predict will dump several inches of snow in its wake. Winds will be out of the west today at 10 to 20 mph.

TRAFFIC

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TRENDING ONLINE THIS MORNING

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel resigned on Monday amid critical national security challenges, including fighting Islamic State in Iraq and Syria and revising plans to exit Afghanistan.

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FROM LAST NIGHT

Prosecutors announced new indictments of Baltimore jail staff, the same day a top corrections official testified in the federal corruption trial of eight inmates and corrections officers about the difficulty containing misconduct in the system.

The L Blast Furnace, a 320-foot landmark that once contributed to the reputation of Bethlehem Steel's Sparrows Point works as being the largest steel-making plant in the world, will be imploded sometime in December, officials said.

A Baltimore police officer remained in grave condition after the patrol car he was in slammed into a telephone pole Sunday after continuing a pursuit his commanding officer had called off.

FROM TODAY'S FRONT PAGE

Violent protests raged in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson, Mo., after a grand jury did not indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown.

Mary Francis Moore, a Western Maryland woman whose parents were killed in 1995 by Heath William Burch, a death row inmate, urged Gov. Martin O'Malley not to commute the man's sentence.

Highway officials and metrologists urged travelers to watch weather forecasts regarding an approaching Thanksgiving Eve storm that could snarl traffic and delay or cancel flights.

Alishia R. Trusty, 38, former principal of Western High School, has been indicted on 10 counts of felony theft by a Baltimore grand jury.

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