National Weather Service
Frigid temperatures. Maryland is preparing for another blast of winter weather. This time, we’re facing record cold temperatures. Numbers are still dropping and are not yet close to their final low. But already, Baltimoreans are bundling up and bracing for the cold.
A tornado touches down in Darlington, Harford County. The National Weather Service confirms that a tornado hit a rural area of the county, destroying property and uprooting trees.
It is possible for temps to get a degree or two higher than 97 on at least one of the next few days, but overall I think our forecast is on target.
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.
One look at the regional radar Friday will show the trouble that we’ll be dealing with. The Greater DC Metro Area was absolutely pummeled by heavy rain during the night, and there are still numerous Flash Flood Warnings that remain in effect.
Heavy rains closed some roads and downed trees in the mid-Atlantic region overnight, prompting flash flood watches and warnings for several areas in Maryland.
The National Weather Service is confirming that a tornado touched down in the Clinton area of Prince George’s County.
A strong shortwave, or upper-level disturbance, that is currently located in the Ohio Valley will be digging into the eastern region over the next 48 hour.
Storms downed trees and utility wires and left thousands in the dark in Delaware and Maryland.
Two tornadoes have been confirmed to have touched down in Maryland during last Thursday’s storms.
Cleanup and confirmation. That put homeowners and weather researchers to work Friday.
A massive storm system that started in the Upper Midwest brought soaking rains and heavy winds to the Mid-Atlantic Thursday, causing widespread power outages, flash flooding and extensive flight delays, but largely failing to live up to its fierce billing.