The municipal council holds its first meeting in person; Republicans will support Jackson in the Supreme Court

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. MARYLAND WEATHER FORECAST Meteorologist Ava Marie announced today the launch of a wet weather model for the remainder of the week. Showers will develop later this morning, first south of Baltimore, then showers are expected to move north in the afternoon. The rain will become heavier and more regular overnight through early Wednesday, then the rain will become isolated. Thursday will see more showers and possibly thunderstorms with a few more persistent showers on Friday. Then the weather will dry out for this weekend. On Monday, even more videos were sent to WBAL-TV 11 News that show dangerous stunts and burnouts occurring along major city intersections. Business owners and neighbors said they had endured the disruption for too long and wanted the city to take action. Learn more here. Baltimore City Council holds first in-person session since pandemic | Monday’s city council meeting was the first in-person meeting in the city council chambers since then. There has been a lot of talk over the past few months about why City Hall was still closed when almost everything else was open. Monday was back to business as usual. Learn more here. Bodycam video shows police rescuing 4 people from submerged car | New video from the police carried camera shows officers rescuing four people from a pond in Severn. Read more here. WHAT’S HEADING ELSEWHERE Republicans announce plans to back Jackson on Supreme Court after deadlocked Senate panel vote | Senators from Alaska and Utah announced their decisions Monday night ahead of a Senate procedural vote to advance the nomination. They join Sen. Susan Collins of Maine as Republicans who say they will support Jackson. Read more here. Kansas Jayhawks return to defeat North Carolina at national championship | Kansas brought home its fourth NCAA title on Monday with a second-half flurry that erased a 16-point deficit and ultimately defeated North Carolina 72-69 in an epic power programs battle. 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 today announced the launch of a wet weather model for the rest of the week. Showers will develop later this morning, first south of Baltimore, then showers are expected to move north in the afternoon.

The rain will become heavier and more regular overnight through Wednesday morning, then the rain will become isolated. Thursday will see more showers and possibly thunderstorms with a few more persistent showers on Friday. Then the weather will dry out for this weekend.

WHAT’S NEW IN MARYLAND

‘Burnout Sideshows’ Affecting Multiple City Areas, Video Shows | On Monday, even more videos were sent to WBAL-TV 11 News that show dangerous stunts and burnouts occurring along major city intersections. Business owners and neighbors said they had endured the disruption for too long and wanted the city to take action. Learn more here.

Baltimore City Council holds first in-person session since pandemic | Monday’s city council meeting was the first in-person meeting in the city council chambers since then. There has been a lot of talk over the past few months about why City Hall was still closed when almost everything else was open. Monday was back to business as usual. Learn more here.

Bodycam video shows police rescuing 4 people from submerged car | New video from the police carried camera shows officers rescuing four people from a pond in Severn. Learn more here.

WHAT MAKES TITLES ELSEWHERE

Republicans announce plans to back Jackson on Supreme Court after deadlocked Senate panel vote | Senators from Alaska and Utah announced their decisions Monday night ahead of a Senate procedural vote to advance the nomination. They join Sen. Susan Collins of Maine as Republicans who say they will support Jackson. Learn more here.

Kansas Jayhawks return to defeat North Carolina at national championship | Kansas brought home its fourth NCAA title on Monday with a second-half flurry that erased a 16-point deficit and ultimately defeated North Carolina 72-69 in an epic power programs battle. Learn more here.

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