BALTIMORE -- Ian is taking control, making an impact as he makes his way up the East Coast and through Maryland, creating quite gloomy and gray conditions for the state Saturday.
Throughout the day there are chances for off and on showers, mostly light rainfall with the potential to become spotty downpours throughout the area.
Flooding will be possible too.
The National Weather Service has issued a coastal flood warning for parts of the state from 7 p.m. Saturday to 2 a.m. Sunday.
The shoreline in Anne Arundel County could see tidal flooding in low-lying areas during this time.
IDock Street, Compromise Street, and the City Dock parking lot in Annapolis will likely see flooding first.
Marylanders could even experience gusty northeast winds, reaching up to 30 miles per hour. Temperature highs will reach the mid-60s and dwindle down into the mid-50s through the night.
For the Ravens game on Sunday, be prepared with your rain gear for wet and cool weather.
On a brighter note, the forecast is showing improvements. The sunshine is expected to make a full comeback by Wednesday. Temperatures even making the climb back to 70.
By Thursday, conditions are looking to be bright and nice, while temperatures sit comfortably in the 70s.
Friday, the chances for a few showers return but still enough sunshine to kick start the weekend on a bright, right foot.
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