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- While Thanksgiving is expected to be warm and, eventually, sunny, forecasters say, by the time the turkey and pumpkin pie wear off, Baltimore-area residents will have to brace for a blustery Black Friday.
- A cold front moving through the area could drop temperatures in the Baltimore area 5 to 10 degrees below normal on Thanksgiving Day, but the region may dodge the wintry storms threatening other parts of the country
- The National Weather Service has issued a freeze watch for some areas around the Baltimore-D.C. metropolitan region for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
- A resilience authority, like one in Maryland's Charles County, can seek grants, issue bonds and even levy fees to carry out expensive projects to address the effects of climate change.
- Surging tides in the Baltimore area prompted by a storm front that pushed waters in the Chesapeake Bay against its western shoreline fell short of historic predictions forecast but still appeared to yield damage, as officials surveyed their coastlines.
- Low-lying parts of Baltimore, Annapolis and other parts of the western shore of the Chesapeake Bay were inundated Friday by significant coastal flooding, though forecasters say the highest water levels are expected with the next tide cycles later in the afternoon and overnight.
- A combination of extreme weather conditions — made more possible and frequent by climate change — are coming together to produce potentially record-setting flooding around the Chesapeake Bay on Friday.
National weather news
- A second consecutive La Niña year should pave the way for a warmer than average winter in the Baltimore area, scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicted.
- The Baltimore area should brace for a few rounds of rain this week, forecasters said, with storms beginning Monday night.
- After a week of sunny skies, wet weather is expected to move into the Baltimore region overnight Sunday and stay through the week.
- After two days of wet conditions, cool fall weather is making its way to the Baltimore region for the next week.
- More rainfall is expected overnight Wednesday into Thursday after scattered showers and thunderstorms swept through the Baltimore region.
- The official start to fall is Wednesday, Sept. 22, also known as the autumnal equinox, although it may not feel like sweater weather in the DMV right away.
- With rainfall likely throughout Thursday evening, the National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for the Baltimore region.