Orioles win home opener; 70’s for Maryland Tuesday

RAIN BUT NOT YET SEE. AVA: EVERYTHING THAT PASSES WILL BE FAIYRL LIGHT. YOU CAN CONTINUE OUTSIDE. EVEN IF YOU TRAIN NORMALLY AT THIS TIME. WE ARE SWEETER THAN YESTERDAY. UPPER 40’S TO LOW 50’S. NICE TO HAVE TEMPERATURES COMPLETELY ABOVE FREEZING AND IT IS MILDER TODAY. 1970s FORHE T YOORCH HIGHS. A — AFTERNOON HIGHS. STILL A BIT OF TEMPERATURES STARTING IN THE 40S AND 50S. WE WILL BE IN THE UERPP 50S BY 10 AM, THAT’S WHEN WE HAVE RAIN SHOWERS BEFORE 10 AM. AFTER THAT CLEAR SKIES. WE SEE SUN POINTS LATER. TH BEREEZE TAKES FROM THE NORTH AND WEST. DRY IN THE EVENING AND ESPECIALLY TONIGHT. THE SHOWERS PASS BRIEFLY AT 8 AM, AT 10 AM THEY CEASE. THE REST OF THE DAY WILL APPEAR DRY. THE SECOND GAME FOR THE O’S, WE SHOULD SEE Drier WEATHER. 7:00 FIRSTIT PCH, STILL EXPECTING DRY WEATHER AND TEMPERATURES IN THE 70′ BYS THEN. DURING THE NIGHT THERE COULD BE A WATERING. WE EXPECT SYTA ABOVE FREEZING AND TEMPERATURES FALLING INTO THE 50S. NIGHTS WILL BE ABOVE FREEZING. THE DAYS WILL BE WARMER. 74 TODAY WITH BRIEF SHOWERS IN THE MORNING. TOMORROW, EVEN WARMER. 80 degrees. ONLY A SLIGHT CHANCE OF A THUNDERSTORM BY THURSDAY EVENING A GREATER CHANCE OF RAIN AND A THUNDERSTORM LERAT ON AND WE WILL BE CHILLED AS IT WAS IN THE WEEKEND. CELEBRATIONS FOR PASSOVER AND EASTER. IT SEEMS MOSTLY DRY. WE WILL BE AT 70 THE SAT

11 News Today: O’s win home opener; Warm Tuesday with temperatures in the 70s

Here’s what you need to know from 11 News to get a head start on your day. Weather | Traffic | Local News | I-Team | National/International News | COVID-19 | Sports| WATCH LIVE: You can watch 11 news stories live today from 4:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m., or when not live, watch the latest archived newscast: tap here. WEATHER FORECAST FOR MARYLAND Meteorologist Ava Marie says scattered showers are possible this morning, then today will be milder in the low to mid-70s with clear skies. The next two days will be even warmer, with highs near 80. An isolated thunderstorm is possible Wednesday evening, then there is more chance of showers and thunderstorms Thursday afternoon. The coming weekend promises to be generally dry for the Passover and Easter celebrations, although it will be a bit cooler by Sunday. A freak accident left a man dead on Sunday afternoon after he was hit by his own car in Arbutus. Police are calling it a homicide and have already made an arrest. Learn more here. They didn’t hesitate to show their spirit and support. Many of them told 11 News it was something they hadn’t felt in two years since before the coronavirus pandemic | Read more here. Read more here. Speaking to The Associated Press by phone on Monday, Mayor Vadym Boychenko also said Russian forces had brought mobile cremation equipment into the city to dispose of the bodies | Read more here.WBAL-TV 11 Weather RadarWBAL-TV 11 Traffic Map

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TODAY’S WEATHER FORECAST FOR MARYLAND

Meteorologist Ava Marie says scattered showers are possible this morning, then today will be milder in the low to mid-70s with clear skies. The next few days will be even warmer, with highs near 80.

An isolated thunderstorm is possible Wednesday evening, then there is more chance of showers and thunderstorms Thursday afternoon. The coming weekend looks rather dry for the Passover and Easter celebrations, although it will be a bit cooler on Sunday.

WHAT’S NEW IN MARYLAND

Police: Woman hits man with her car, killing him after argument in Arbutus | A freak accident left a man dead on Sunday afternoon after he was hit by his own car in Arbutus. Police are calling it a homicide and have already made an arrest. Learn more here.

They didn’t hesitate to show their spirit and support. Many of them told 11 News it was something they hadn’t felt in two years since before the coronavirus pandemic | Learn more here.

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The State Department said the order is an upgrade from the “authorized” departure issued last week that made the decision voluntary | Learn more here.

Speaking to The Associated Press by phone on Monday, Mayor Vadym Boychenko also said Russian forces had brought mobile cremation equipment into the city to dispose of the bodies | Learn more here.

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