BALTIMORE (WJZ) – Howling winds caused some damage in and around the Baltimore area Sunday night into Monday morning.

Strong winds knocked tractor trailers down across the nation including right here in Maryland. Last night, Harford County fire officials posted these pictures of a Ryder truck tipped over on the I-95 Tydings bridge. They are warning residents to avoid the area.


Courtesy: Harford Fire Blog Facebook

Courtesy: The Community Fire Company of Perryville, Md Inc

Courtesy: Harford Fire Blog Facebook

Strong winds should continue to howl throughout the day. “Winds strong enough that any dead , or weak limbs, branches, twigs, are down and on roads and lawns. Part of what makes nature work I guess!” says Marty Bass.

A  Wind Advisory has been canceled for the greater Baltimore  area and central Maryland, but is still in effect for eastern parts of the state, including Caroline, Cecil, Kent, Queen Anne’s and Talbot Counties.

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