Maryland State Police say an apparent tornado touched down on the lower Eastern Shore.
The National Weather Service confirmed there was a tornado Thursday on the Eastern Shore.
The National Weather Service confirms that two tornadoes touched down in parts of Western Maryland earlier this week.
There were at least five tornado sightings on the Eastern Shore early Thursday afternoon.
Another tornado touchdown has been confirmed, but this time it’s near Hagerstown. The tornado did plenty of damage before dissipating.
The greatest natural disaster in this country since Hurricane Katrina continues to overwhelm many southern communities.
The National Weather Service confirms four tornadoes touched down in Maryland this week. One of them was caught on tape in Prince George’s County near Andrews Air Force base. Another hit Carroll County.
After a week of absolute weather devastation and disaster across a lot of the country, including 10 confirmed tornadoes in Virginia and Maryland (with four of them in Maryland), we finally got a beautiful Spring day.
While we didn’t experience devastation anywhere near like they are down south, we’ve now confirmed a tornado did in fact touch down in Maryland.
There were some downed tree limbs and power lines across Maryland, and a confirmed tornado near Camp Springs, in Prince George’s County.
The search for survivors continues in the south following the region’s worst tornado outbreak in nearly 40 years. The disaster touched several states, including Virginia, where the governor has declared a state of emergency.
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.