The National Weather Service is calling for Monday to be
and south winds 5 to 9 miles per hour. There will be patchy fog before 9 a.m., and then a 30 percent chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Monday night is expected to be mostly cloudy, with a low around 74 and south winds 6 to 8 miles per hour. There is a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms.
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FROM THE WEEKEND...
: A four-alarm fire at a carryout restaurant in the city's Irvington neighborhood Sunday night injured four people, including a city firefighter, according to a Baltimore Fire Department spokesman.
: A woman was attacked by a Rottweiler outside the farmers' market in Waverly Saturday after the dog broke the leash with which it had been tied to a parking meter, witnesses said Sunday.
: A little more than seven months after he missed a 32-yard field-goal attempt that thwarted the Ravens' Super Bowl hopes and just three days after he was benched for an undrafted rookie in the third preseason game, Billy Cundiff had his contract terminated by the Ravens on Sunday as the team trimmed its roster to 81.
: On Sunday, the Orioles acquired left-handed pitcher Joe Saunders for right-handed reliever Matt Lindstrom and a player to be named after the season, along with cash considerations.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
: Heavy rains that lashed central Maryland on Sunday forced a portion of East Monument Street to be evacuated after a large sinkhole in the road reopened and expanded, according to a city public works spokesman.
: Here's fair warning for students: Monday isn't just the first day of school in Baltimore City and the surrounding five counties, it's the beginning of life with a whole new set of expectations from teachers. For the first time in a decade, what gets taught in classrooms across the state is shifting under a new set of standards for reading and math adopted by 45 states and the District of Columbia.
: The funeral for 19-year-old Rose Mayr, one of the Ellicott City train derailment victims, was held Saturday. Waves of Rose's friends and classmates have helped comfort the Mayr family, her parents said. "It does make it easier, to see that so many people care about her," her mother, Sharon Mayr, said.