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Maryland weather: Rain possible, but severe thunderstorm watch expires

A late-afternoon, early-evening severe thunderstorm watch has expired for Central Maryland but rain remains in the forecast, the National Weather Service said Tuesday night.

New rainfall in the Baltimore area could reach a quarter to a half of an inch. Tuesday night will otherwise be mostly cloudy, with a low around 67 degrees.

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Wednesday could bring more rain, including possible thunderstorms in the afternoon, and winds gusting above 20 mph, the weather service said. Temperatures should reach a high of 78 degrees.

The weather service also warned of “an isolated threat of severe thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon with damaging wind and large hail being the primary threats.”

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Thursday should be sunny with a high of 67. A chance of showers is in the forecast Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s.

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