National Weather Service
The weather will remain pleasant in the greater Baltimore area during the next couple of days, as high pressure maintains its grip on much of the Northeast and the mid-Atlantic states.
Many parts of the East Coast are still reeling from the destructive force of Superstorm Sandy. WJZ’s First Warning Weather team has been analyzing this unusual storm since it struck Maryland.
There will be high pressure building into the region Monday night into Tuesday. This will lead to some chilly weather Monday night, and as a result it will not warm up as much Tuesday.
It felt like Superstorm Sandy would never go away. But its days are numbered.
On Maryland’s jagged coastline, hurricane-riled waves destroyed an iconic pier and floodwaters forced caskets from graves in a town famed for crabbing. In the mountainous western edges, 2 feet of snow snapped power lines, downed trees and left tractor-trailers jackknifed along an interstate.
The National Weather Service says the Potomac River is likely to experience its worst floods in at least 16 years in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
It’s confirmed. A funnel cloud did touch down in Harford County, downing trees and damaging homes.
Harford County officials say the National Weather Service believes a tornado is to blame for damage in Jarrettsville over the weekend.
Metro says service is operating normally following heavy rains that pelted parts of the Washington region.
Utility workers were working Thursday to return lights and air conditions to hundreds of thousands of people who remained without power after last week’s violent storms, even as more strong storms moved in.
Extreme heat forecasts are prompting Hagerstown city officials to shorten the hours of an outdoor farmers’ market.
Health officials have issued heat advisories for Maryland.