Rain and wind are expected to move through the region Saturday as people prepare to spring their clocks forward for daylight saving time Sunday.

The National Weather Service for Baltimore-Washington said as much as an inch of rain could fall by midnight. Temperatures are expected to reach afternoon highs in the low 50s. The rain is expected to be accompanied by wind with gusts up to 25 mph, which may stay around for a few days.

A coastal advisory is in effect Saturday morning for Anne Arundel County.

The rain is expected to wind down overnight as clocks are moved forward for the start of daylight saving time, which will bring temperatures in the 40s Sunday.

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The weather service said the brighter skies will be accompanied by sustained wind gusts of 20 to 30 mph, with gusts up to 50 mph expected in some areas.

It will be dry and partly cloudy Sunday night, with temperatures in the low to mid-30s and breezy conditions remaining with peak gusts near 40 mph.

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