The summer series begins; May’s strongest hurricane

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 MARYLANDMeteorologist Ava Marie says today will still be warm and sunny with temperatures in the 90s again. With the heat comes a code orange for air quality in some areas. Expect the same on Wednesday as it remains warm as temperatures remain in the 90s. Thursday could have potential thunderstorms and it has been made an impact day, for luck they could be strong. The rain will cool temperatures heading into the weekend with temperatures dropping into the 80s. The annual memorial service held Monday at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens also drew attention to military suicides. Read more here. This is a series of events where young people and their families can gather in a safe environment and enjoy fun activities throughout the summer | Learn more here. The district said the schools listed below will close or dismiss early on extremely hot days, or feel hotter due to a combination of heat and humidity | To learn more, click here. WHAT’S HEADING ELSEWHEREHurricane Agatha made history as the strongest hurricane on record to land in May during the Eastern Pacific Hurricane Center | Read more here.Family and friends gathered on Monday for a visit and rosary service for Maite, whom they remembered as a charismatic girl with a bright future | Learn 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 today will still be warm and sunny with temperatures in the 90s again. With the heat comes a code orange for air quality in some areas. Expect the same on Wednesday as it remains warm as temperatures remain in the 90s.

Thursday could have potential thunderstorms and it was made an impact day, for the chance that they could be strong. Rain will cool temperatures heading into the weekend with temperatures dropping into the 80s.

WHAT’S NEW IN MARYLAND

Memorial Day service in Dulaney Valley also remembers those who lost their lives in military suicides | The annual memorial service held Monday at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens also drew attention to military suicides. Learn more here.

It’s a series of events where young people and their families can gather in a safe environment and enjoy fun activities throughout the summer | Learn more here.

The district said the schools listed below will close or dismiss early on extremely hot days, or feel hotter due to a combination of heat and humidity | Learn more here.

WHAT MAKES TITLES ELSEWHERE

Hurricane Agatha made history as the strongest hurricane on record to make landfall in May during the Eastern Pacific Hurricane Center | Learn more here.

Family and friends gathered on Monday for a visit and rosary service for Maite, whom they remember as a charismatic girl with a bright future | Learn more here.

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