A largely dry cold front has begun to move through the region.
We’ve managed to make it through most of the Labor Day weekend without excessive rainfall. There have been a few showers and thunderstorms scattered to isolated across the region and a few more are popping up in NE Maryland around Cecil County.
The shower and thunderstorm threat will persist throughout the day. The best chance of seeing the heaviest rainfall will be Friday afternoon in thunderstorms.
Six days of scorching weather and an end is in sight. But it’s still hot. People around Baltimore describe how they’re dealing with the heat as they anticipate those cooler temps.
A woman suffering from heat exhaustion on a sailboat near Annapolis has been taken to the hospital.
The heat’s not only dangerous for humans, it’s also proved deadly for some pets. Only one species is really at risk in this weather.
The heat wave we’ve been dealing with this week will last for a few more days, although we’re going to see some thunderstorm activity begin to creep into the picture, too.
A fifth heat-related death has been reported in Maryland. And the state health department urges everyone to be careful.
The scorching temperatures claim another life. A fifth heat-related death has been reported in Maryland.
Well, the heat continues but in a few days we will start to get some relief!
The summer scorcher is causing serious health problems for some in our area.
A stretch of hot, humid weather hits Maryland and a Code Red Heat Alert has been declared for the city of Baltimore Tuesday through Friday.