The temperature of 104 at BWI Wednesday equaled the maximum temperature on July 7, and broke the previous record for the date.
Needed showers, then heat to return. A warm front is slowly approaching the state. That front is responsible for the clouds and spotty rain/showers that have broken out today.
The impact of Maryland’s brutal storm on June 29 is still being felt by some, including at St. Martin’s Home in Catonsville that cares for needy seniors.
A Prince George’s County apartment complex has been condemned, displacing about 200 residents.
Nearly a week after deadly summer storms struck the mid-Atlantic area, tens of thousands of residents still remain without power.
The temperature rises and the power is still out for thousands.
Hundreds of thousands of people from Illinois to New Jersey are still without power after a line of deadly storms struck last Friday. A week of more unpredictable weather and sweltering temperatures has followed.
The heat and humidity that are wrapping themselves around the region are sending even more people in search of some relief. Meanwhile, more out-of- state workers are arriving to help BGE restore power to the thousands still left in the dark after last Friday’s storm.
Maryland is hammered by a hurricane-like summer thunderstorm. Right now, hundreds of thousands are without power. There is extensive damage across the state. Cars were crushed by large trees. Hundreds of BGE crews and repair crews from around the nation are now in Maryland, trying to get everyone back online. Making matters worse for people without power, it’s still very hot.
The storms have left Maryland a mess. The clock is ticking on restoration efforts as the summer sizzles.
Hundreds of thousands of people are waiting for the power to come back on after this weekend’s deadly storm sent trees crashing to the ground and cutting power lines. Now, there’s widespread damage.
A day after seeking refuge at shopping malls and movie theaters, hoping the lights would be back on when they returned, 3 million residents faced a grim reality Sunday: stifling homes, spoiled food and a looming commute filled with knocked-out stoplights.