A new warning about the serious danger of lightning strikes, as we get into the summer months. Harford County is recovering from damage and even injury after Wednesday night’s active storms.
Trees down, power outages and fires sparked by lightning. Wednesday night’s storms packed a powerful punch.
Heavy rain and thunderstorms slam Maryland again.
Maryland saw some wild weather this week. Strong storms leave behind a mess in Montgomery County. Lightning strikes toppled trees and even ignited a few fires.
Severe weather threatens Maryland.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will have disturbed weather as a front, dropping out of the north (a “backdoor” cold front), will keep us in a chance of showers and t-storms until Thursday, when it will just be a gray, wet, and cool day.
It’s Thanksgiving, and for the many people still preparing to travel, road conditions look much better than Wednesday.
Winter weather strokes. The Baltimore area is seeing its first burst of snowflakes just one day ahead of Thanksgiving. This is after heavy rain soaked the area Tuesday and the first part of Wednesday.
A cold front marched some rather intense weather into our neighborhood early Tuesday morning between 5 and 8 a.m.
Frontal boundary and associated drying has made some decent progress into the area, so it looks like areas along I-95 will just have a shower or thunderstorm in spots Thursday afternoon while areas farther west and northwest are mostly rain-free.
It’s coming and Maryland better get ready. That’s the thrust of a scientific report on sea level rise commissioned by Governor Martin O’Malley.
Storms downed trees and utility wires and left thousands in the dark in Delaware and Maryland.