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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A very warm and humid Friday did yield some strong storms, but by the time they reached the Baltimore area they collapsed and essentially fell apart. Saturday could be a different story.

Before anyone can enjoy a bright and calm Independence Day, they will have to get through an Alert Day on Saturday.

READ MORE: Baltimore Police Stepping Up Deployment On Fourth Of July Weekend, Commissioner Says

A cold front will move through Saturday late in the afternoon into the evening and trigger strong to severe storms. Damaging winds, large hail, and flash flooding are all possible.

The good news is much of our Saturday will be great for the beach, pool or barbecue!

READ MORE: State Police Expand Traffic Enforcement On I-83 In Baltimore City

By the second half of the weekend, it should dry out, making for a decent evening for grilling.

Behind the front, is drier less humid air, which will eventually move into parts of Maryland by Sunday afternoon and evening. On Monday, the Fourth of July, dry weather and sunshine will continue just in time for the fireworks at night.

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Let’s celebrate and be safe! Bob Turk

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The one thing love is this week is surprising - and you are ready to embrace this. 

Even long time couples can find out such sexy things about each other - and if you’re single, someone you may not fancy at all first time you meet can offer romance that changes everything for you. 

So start the week with a smile! 

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DESTINY DAYS: Wednesday can be all-go day for any Aries buying or
selling property. 

Let your eyes connect with some pale green ones on Friday. Sideline shyness on Sunday.

MAKE THIS THE WEEK YOU… Count to ten before any words or actions. Be the more patient half in any team of two.

FULL MOON MYSTERY: What friends truly mean to you, and how you show this, are part of the full moon’s thoughtfulness this week. 

Maybe you expect too much, or offer too little, to sustain equality in bonds. 

And maybe, instead of clinging to stale friendships, it’s time to learn to let them go. 

Your full moon causes emotional upheaval but also brings insight - so a decision that baffles you one day can seem so simple the
next.

MYSTIC MOTTO  “Each day offers new happiness”

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