BGE is preparing for the worst, as severe weather makes its way to the East Coast.
Severe weather wreaked havoc on the region Monday and now more may be on the way.
Maryland is still soggy after the year’s first tropical storm dumped inches of rain across the state.
The storm also brought a lot of rain to the far Eastern Shore.
The regional radar is showing a few pockets of heavy rain occurring in the Delmarva Region early Thursday, which could cause some minor flooding issues.
Annapolis City Dock is in for a makeover. A $1.5 million grant has been awarded for a renovation project that will address flooding issues and improve boating facilities in the area.
Hurricane Sandy is gone, but the damage from the storm is clearly still visible. It has been 3 months since Super Storm Sandy unleashed on the east cost of the United States, but the daunting task of clean up is still a daily task. This past weekend I went back to New Jersey to follow up on how the clean-up is going. Photos by Jeremy Wilkins. WilkinsPhotos.com
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources says the public can help the state prepare for future superstorms by taking photos of higher than normal King Tides expected next week.
An unwelcome surprise: water took over downtown Annapolis, causing big headaches.
The 5 feet in diameter water main that broke under North Charles Street is still causing havoc with flooding and forcing nearby roads to shut down.
Emergency officials in Ocean City are warning residents that an approaching nor’easter could bring moderate flooding to the resort.
There’s plenty of gasoline in the Northeast — just not at gas stations.