National Weather Service
Still cleaning up after an intense night of storms. The National Weather Service has confirmed that six tornadoes touched down.
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch, Severe Thunderstorm Warning, Flash Flood Warning and Flash Flood Watch for several areas in Maryland.
Brush fires are breaking out across the state, and a fire warning is in effect.
The western Maryland town of Oakland is holding a winter festival despite a dearth of snow.
Snow has caused roads to become wet and even snow is covering the region.
Baltimore city officials have activated a program to offer additional services to the homeless due to an expected drop in temperatures.
High water is closing some roads and causing moderate flooding along the Monocacy River in Frederick County.
Snow is continuing to fall across western portions of Maryland, with 8 or more inches expected in certain parts of the state, as part of an unusual fall storm system.
A rare sight in Ocean City was witnessed by thousands of people. Now, we’ve learned it was the first tornado in Worchester County in almost 10 years.
The National Weather Service (NWS) is trying to decide if a tornado caused the damage.
Ocean City is still in shock after a fast-moving funnel cloud tore through the area Thursday.
The National Weather Service predicts minor to moderate flooding on Potomac River tributaries including Antietam Creek, Seneca Creek and the Monocacy River.