A tornado watch is in effect for a number of Maryland counties.
A Tornado Watch that was in effect for parts of Maryland has been canceled.
Trees snapped like twigs after a storm system roared through Cecil County. Some say it sounded like a tornado.
All eyes were on the water. Parts of eastern Baltimore County flooded out and it may not be over yet.
Heavy rain and severe weather for Maryland Tuesday. A TORNADO WATCH is in effect for most of the state (except Allegany and Garrett Counties) through 7 p.m. There have already been a few severe thunderstorm warnings issued with strong thunderstorms early Tuesday afternoon. As we move through the day, there will likely be more warnings for severe thunderstorms in addition to flash flooding.
The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch, Severe Thunderstorm Warning, Flash Flood Warning and Flash Flood Watch for several areas in Maryland.
Temperatures may not be as high as what we’re portraying it the rain persists until 1 or 2 p.m. — but if the sun were to come out after 3 p.m. — it could still be as high as the mid-70s.
The strong storm system over the middle of the country is inching closer, and starting to show more effects on our weather. It’s another warm and muggy one with temperatures on their way up to near 80 degrees.