Keep in your toes over the next 36 hours.
Light rail riders are in for less than a smooth ride starting Friday morning.
It’s been a tale of two weather patterns. After loads of rain Friday morning, clear skies have returned.
John Servis has never seen Joint Return race on a sloppy track. Like it or not, the esteemed trainer may get that opportunity in the Black-Eyed Susan Stakes.
Soaking rains. Ding dang. I hate it when we get some forecasts right–LOL!
Flooding was widespread throughout Maryland during Wednesday’s downpours.
Get the rain gear out. If you are made of sugar and will melt if you get wet, find a cave.
Officials say excessive rainfall led to a sewage overflow at a wastewater pumping station in Fort Washington.
Dangerous high waters. Rising rivers claimed at least one life after overnight storms. Now several communities are flooded out.
Sandy’s winds have remained at 75 mph with each update today. One thing that has changed since yesterday is the pressure. It has dropped to 950 mph.
Heavy rain and severe weather for Maryland Tuesday. A TORNADO WATCH is in effect for most of the state (except Allegany and Garrett Counties) through 7 p.m. There have already been a few severe thunderstorm warnings issued with strong thunderstorms early Tuesday afternoon. As we move through the day, there will likely be more warnings for severe thunderstorms in addition to flash flooding.
Baltimore Gas & Electric says about 885 of its customers are without power following heavy rains over the weekend.