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WILL THE MAJOR CATAGORY 4 HURRICANE EARL HIT MARYLAND WITH 135 MPH WINDS ???

Motorists on North Carolina's Outer Banks head towards ferries and the mainland on Wednesday as Hurricane Earl moves closer.

WEDNESDAY: SUNNY BUT HOT AND VERY HUMID WITH RATHER BAD AIR QUALITY LO: 66 HI: 96

THURSDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY BUT HAZY HOT AND HUMID EARLY FOLLOWED BY INCREASING AFTERNOON AND EVENING CLOUDINESS LO: 72 HI: 92

FRIDAY: CLOUDY WITH FREQUENT BANDS OF HEAVY RAINFALL LIKELY AS WE WILL BE ON THE WESTERN SIDE OF A POWERFUL HURRICANE EARL THAT WILL STILL BE A STRONG CATAGORY 2 OR A WEAKER CATAGORY 3 THAT IS MOVING UP THE COASTLINE SOMEWHERE ALONG THE DELMARVA WITH HURRICANE CONDITIONS POSSIBLE IN OCEAN CITY MARYLAND BUT GENERALLY ONLY TROPICAL STORM CONDITIONS EXPECTED FOR AREAS NEAR AND ALONG THE BAY IN CENTRAL MARYLAND (A GENERAL RAINFALL OF TWO TO FOUR INCHES IS EXPECTED IN THE BALTIMORE AREA FROM LATE THURSDAY NIGHT THRU LATE FRIDAY AFTERNOON WITH HIGHER THAN FOUR INCHES CAN BE EXPECTED IN AND NEAR OCEAN CITY MARYLAND) LO: 68 HI: 82

SATURDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY BUT NOT AS HOT OR HUMID LO: 71 HI: 87

SUNDAY: PARTLY CLOUDY BUT WITH A BIT MORE HEAT AND HUMIDITY LO: 74 HI: 90

"WEATHER OR NOT"

FORECASTER: SCHLEY

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