Wednesday will be our warmest day while a weak bubble of high pressure keeps us briefly dry with more sun than clouds. Moisture will be on the increase as warm advection begins to march into the region by the afternoon and evening. This will set the scene for another active period of severe weather in MD by late Wednesday into Thursday. A very strong system for mid-June standards will track eastward in the flow on Thursday and Thursday night. The track of the low will determine where the axis of strong storms and heavy rain sets up. Potential impacts for this time period include heavy downpours, damaging winds, hail and yes… the possibility of a few tornadoes. Due to significant rainfall totals associated with yesterday and Andrea, the ground is very saturated, therefore flooding may be an issue with any heavy downpours as well.

Always check-in with the First Warning Weather Team for the most up-to-date forecast and severe weather information.


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