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November 16, 2011

Wednesday's forecast: Rainy

The National Weather Service is calling for Wednesday to be rainy in the Baltimore area, with a high near 63 degrees and winds becoming northerly between 6 and 9 miles per hour. Scattered thunderstorms may develop, mainly south of the Baltimore area, with a few becoming severe and bringing damaging winds.

The chance of precipitation is 100 percent. Rainfall amounts of between one quarter of an inch and half an inch are possible.

A small craft advisory is in effect until 11 p.m. Wednesday for the Chesapeake Bay from Drum Point to Smith Point, Tangier Sound and the lower tidal Potomac River from Cobb Island to Smith Point. A small craft advisory is in effect for all of the bay Wednesday night.

Wednesday night is expected to be rainy, with a low around 47 and north winds between 7 and 16 miles per hour. The chance of precipitation is 100 percent. Rainfall amounts of between half an inch and three quarters of an inch are possible.

Thursday is expected to start with showers and then gradually become clear, with a high near 51 and northwest winds of 11 to 14 miles per hour, gusting up to 24 miles per hour. The chance of precipitation is 60 percent.

Thursday night is expected to be clear, with a low around 34 and west winds between 8 and 10 miles per hour.
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