State officials are urging residents to be prepared and use common sense when dealing with severe thunderstorms.
Severe weather is making its way across parts of Maryland.
Severe thunderstorm watch in effect from Frederick County east to the Atlantic through 9 PM. Numerous severe thunderstorm warnings are following the strong line of thunderstorms as it crosses the state.
Severe thunderstorms in the Washington area caused trees and power lines to fall, leaving many residents in the dark.
We did it yet again. We hit 100 degrees Sunday afternoon. That ties the old record from 1993, and makes this the 12th straight day of 90+ degree days. That stretch also includes three days at 100+ degrees.
The storms may be gone, but the damage will linger for weeks.
Volatile weather. It started churning up thunderstorms Tuesday night, and it could trigger more powerful storms Wednesday evening.
Homes condemned. People are forced out after strong storms roll through the Baltimore area.
As severe storms moved through Maryland on Thursday night, the calls flooded into the WJZ newsroom—reports of downed trees, flooding and damaged buildings.
The stormy and wet weather pattern continues.