A new study adds to the growing number of warnings about flooding in Maryland.
We’ll be warming up this week. Tuesday will be very pleasant for early November standards as high pressure remains in control and begins to shift east.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has named Annapolis a national treasure.
Severe weather struck parts of Maryland. In Howard County, an entire apartment complex is now uninhabitable.
A new study says several parts of Maryland are in particular danger for an increase in high-tide flooding. This comes after the Union of Concerned Scientists press conference Wednesday morning, showing flooding that rarely occurs now will soon change.
Flooding at City Dock has closed nearby streets.
The weather pattern will be deteriorating gradually over the next 8-12 hours.
A flood watch is in effect this evening through Thursday morning for several counties across Maryland.
Tuesday’s severe weather caused many headaches across Baltimore City and County. Rescue crews were forced to help motorists stranded in water. Trees toppled over in other areas and some parking lots even flooded at BWI.
Not since 1933 has Baltimore recorded a rainfall that matched Tuesday’s deluge.
Baltimore City saw many headaches from Tuesday’s severe weather.
The U.S. Small Business Administration will begin making low-interest disaster loans available to flood victims in two western Maryland counties for damage from a June storm.