Washington County officials are urging people who live along Conococheague Creek to consider moving to higher ground.
Severe weather wreaked havoc on the region Monday and now more may be on the way.
Severe weather is making its way across parts of Maryland.
As an upper-level disturbance continues to march eastward we remain in a moist and unstable environment.
Emergency responders say they have been conducting water rescues throughout the night after a storm caused flash flooding throughout the area.
Two rounds of storms hit Maryland hard, bringing down trees and flooding major sections of downtown Baltimore.