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Community alarmed by fires; Recession in relation to CEOs

Here’s what you need to know about 11 News to get a head start on your day.Weather | traffic | Local News | Team I | National/International News | COVID-19 | Sports| WATCH LIVE: You can watch 11 News Today live from 4:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. MARYLAND WEATHER FORECAST Meteorologist Ava Marie says today is a Weather Impact Day as strong scattered thunderstorms are possible. They could produce isolated wind damage along with heavy downpours. The first round of storms will be this morning and then there will be a second round this afternoon around 6pm. The risk of wind damage is increasing in northwest Baltimore areas and temperatures will top out in the 80s. Tomorrow will be warm and sunny in the 90s, but with a drop in humidity as the weekend looks refreshingly cooler and less humid. Temperatures will only be in the mid to upper 70s. WHAT’S MAKING NEWS IN MARYLAND Community worried about home fires, one in which Pride flag burned | An intense fire in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore damaged four row houses and sent three people to the hospital on Wednesday. There is concern in the area about another fire, just down the block, where someone burned a pride flag. Read more here. Dozens of people gathered Wednesday night to honor the life of a teenager who was shot to death in the Inner Harbor. They did it by helping to clean up a Baltimore City neighborhood | Read more here. Thousands of law enforcement officers and Special Olympics Maryland athletes have been lighting the “Flame of Hope” across the state. Everything is to raise awareness and funds for athletes with intellectual disabilities | Read more here.WHAT’S IN THE HEADLINES ELSEWHERE Fifty-nine percent of leading manufacturers say inflationary pressures are making a recession more likely in the coming year, according to a survey released Wednesday by the National Association of Manufacturers | Read more here. House investigators are trying to make a methodical case that President Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election led directly to the insurrection of his supporters in the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 | Read more here.WBAL-TV 11 Weather RadarWBAL-TV 11 Traffic Map

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WEATHER FORECAST FOR TODAY IN MARYLAND

Meteorologist Ava Marie says today is an impact weather day as strong scattered thunderstorms are possible. They could produce isolated wind damage along with heavy downpours. The first round of storms will be this morning and then there will be a second round this afternoon around 6pm

The risk of wind damage is increasing in areas of northwest Baltimore and temperatures will peak in the mid 80s. Tomorrow will be warm and sunny in the 90s, but with a decrease in humidity as the end of week seems refreshingly cooler and less humid. Temperatures will only be in the mid to upper 70s.

WHAT’S MAKING NEWS IN MARYLAND

Community concerned about house fires, one where the pride flag was burned | An intense fire in the Charles Village neighborhood of Baltimore damaged four row houses and sent three people to the hospital on Wednesday. There is concern in the area about another fire, just down the block, where someone burned a pride flag. Read more here.

Dozens of people gathered Wednesday night to honor the life of a teenager who was shot to death in the Inner Harbor. They did it by helping to clean up a Baltimore City neighborhood | Read more here.

Thousands of law enforcement officers and athletes from Special Olympics Maryland have been spreading the “Flame of Hope” across the state. Everything is to raise awareness and funds for athletes with intellectual disabilities | Read more here.

WHAT’S IN THE HEADLINES ELSEWHERE

Fifty-nine percent of manufacturing leaders say inflationary pressures are making a recession more likely in the coming year, according to a survey released Wednesday by the National Association of Manufacturers | Read more here.

House investigators are trying to make a methodical case that President Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election led directly to his supporters’ insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 | Read more here.

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