Another storm system will develop Tuesday and bring the potential for strong to severe thunderstorms across the center of the country. Isolated tornadoes will be possible, but damaging wind and large hail are the primary risk with this setup. By Wednesday evening, this system, with its associated cold front, will inch closer to Maryland, and rain chances will increase as we head into Wednesday night. The heaviest line of showers and storms will begin inching into the western part of the area around 10pm, and will slowly track eastward through Thursday.
At this moment, the threat for severe weather is not looking impressive. The timing of the system entering the area also will play a part in our reduced risk. Most of the rain exits early Friday morning, and things dry out as we head into the weekend. Rain totals aren't impressive, looks like most areas will get less than an inch.
Temperatures warm into the 70s by Sunday!!