As if we have not had enough, there is even more rain on the way. There has been fog developing along with drizzle between the rain bands and now a Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for central Maryland. This includes counties north and west of Baltimore until 3 AM. Visibility down under 1/4 mile. But as another Low Pressure brings more rain, that should mix the air by daybreak. No fancy maps, or forecast beyond. This is just a look at Wednesday’s rain timeline and radar simulation. Yes, we could see another inch of rain. The good news, it should move out of metro Baltimore during the evening, then colder air will follow. But still nothing exceptional and the pattern doesn’t show any major adjustments for another two weeks at least.
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This first looks shows the rain returning overnight and locking in for the morning commute. Keep scrolling through the slider and you will see it locked in for the afternoon as well. But the heaviest should stay west of Baltimore in the mountains and ride up along I-81.