The wettest day this week will be Thursday. Here’s what we know now.
WASHINGTON — From snow last week to rain this week. It will feel – and look – far from winter over the next several days.
Clouds will thicken up Tuesday afternoon and stick around Wednesday. While the day will be mainly dry, Wednesday will feature a few showers – especially in the afternoon and evening.
More widespread rain will roll in overnight and last through the Thursday morning commute. While most of the rain will be generally light, a few pockets of moderate rain are likely. With snow continuing to melt, plan on very wet roads and lots of road spray.
By lunch time, rain will start to become more scattered with breaks in the wet weather throughout the afternoon.
Scattered showers will persist through the evening drive. While it might not be actively raining during your evening commute, roads will still be very wet.
A few showers may linger into early Friday morning, but some computer models clear out the rain overnight.
When all is said and done, a widespread 0.50″ to .75″ of rain looks likely Wednesday night into Friday morning.
Saturday will be the pick of the weekend with sunshine to start before clouds increase throughout the afternoon. There is still some uncertainty around a storm track that could bring another round of rain Saturday night into Sunday. Right now, the forecast looks to remain dry until around dinner time Saturday with showers expected off and on throughout the day Sunday.
Check back in over the next several days and we’ll detail how this may impact the Ravens game Sunday at 3 p.m. against the Chiefs.
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