It looks like a disaster zone at Eastbourne near Downs Drive in Silver Spring. Neighbors say the worst part of the storm was around 5 a.m. Friday.
Severe weather struck parts of Maryland. In Howard County, an entire apartment complex is now uninhabitable.
Scientists say the huge sediment plume that formed in the Chesapeake Bay after Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee did not cause the widespread damage they had feared.
The Maryland Transit Administration has contracted local and out-of-state crews to help repair extensive damage to the light rail system.
There are literally hundreds of downed trees in Baltimore, and they’re causing a headache for homeowners and drivers alike.
Volatile weather. It started churning up thunderstorms Tuesday night, and it could trigger more powerful storms Wednesday evening.
People in Harford County are clearing the damage after Sunday’s strong storms.
Sunday’s powerful storms prompted a tornado warning, and right now many people are cleaning up the mess.
A Hancock car dealer says a storm that produced golfball-sized hail caused $250,000 in damage to 80 vehicles on his lot.
The National Weather Service confirms that two tornadoes touched down in parts of Western Maryland earlier this week.
The damage may be done but the cleanup of several tornadoes that struck western Maryland isn’t.
Some areas look like an absolute war zone. The EF1 tornado ripped the roof off several buildings at Dutch Village Apartments. The neighborhood is still a long way from recovering.