The monstrous tornado that swept through Oklahoma Monday afternoon left dozens dead and countless without homes. The cleanup and recovery from this disaster will take some time.
The path of destruction leaves at least 24 dead.
A monstrous tornado at least a half-mile wide roared through the Oklahoma City suburbs, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying an elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds up to 200 mph Monday.
The National Weather Service says a tornado with winds up to 85 mph touched down near Largo.
The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for most of Maryland until 10 p.m. Friday.
It’s confirmed. A funnel cloud did touch down in Harford County, downing trees and damaging homes.
Harford County officials say the National Weather Service believes a tornado is to blame for damage in Jarrettsville over the weekend.
Heavy storms across the area brought more than rain and some hail. An unusual sight for people across eastern Baltimore County–a large waterspout.
We are locked in this same weather pattern that we have been talking about since Saturday– at least for one more day.
Though Friday’s tornado outbreak produced no fatalities, one Maryland man was seriously hurt. His family has new information about his condition.
The difficult and expensive cleanup continues around Maryland, days after a tornado outbreak leaves a path of destruction.
Ten tornadoes touched down in Maryland on Friday. Now fear turns to headaches for those trying to clean up.