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November 14, 2011

Monday forecast: Partly sunny, high 68

The National Weather Service is calling for Monday to be partly sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 68 degrees and south winds of 10 to 14 miles per hour and gusts up to 24 miles per hour.

A small craft advisory is in effect through Monday evening for the Maryland Chesapeake Bay and the tidal Potomac River. A small craft advisory is in effect for late Monday night for the lower tidal Potomac River and for the Maryland Chesapeake Bay from Sandy Point to Smith Point.

Monday night is expected to be mostly cloudy, with a low around 57 and southwest winds of 7 to 13 miles per hour. There is a 20 percent chance of precipitation.

Tuesday is expected to be cloudy, with a high near 66 and west winds of 5 to 7 miles per hour. The chance of precipitation is 40 percent.

Tuesday night is expected to be cloudy, with a low around 50 and east winds between 4 and 7 miles per hour. There is a 60 percent chance of precipitation. Rainfall amounts between one half of an inch and three quarters of an inch are possible.

Posted by at 7:31 AM | | Comments (1)
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Hi - Not sure who can answer this for me, but I seem to remember Frank mentioning the trees in front of the Sun building.

Does anyone know what kind of trees those are? Right now the leaves are a magnificent yellow.

Thanks for any help!

KW: I think they are ginko trees. I found a Baltimore Sun story from 1995 about them:

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Frank Roylance is a reporter for The Baltimore Sun. He came to Baltimore from New Bedford, Mass. in 1980 to join the old Evening Sun. He moved to the morning Sun when the papers merged in 1992, and has spent most of his time since covering science, including astronomy and the weather. One of The Baltimore Sun's first online Web logs, the Weather Blog debuted in October 2004. In June 2006 Frank also began writing comments on local weather and stargazing for The Baltimore Sun's print Weather Page. Frank also answers readers’ weather queries for the newspaper and the blog. Frank Roylance retired in October 2011. Maryland Weather is now being updated by members of The Baltimore Sun staff

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