A very warm, and humid day, that brought our temperature up to 93 with a heat index of 96 degrees and a Code Orange air quality alert.
It’s gonna be a hot and humid day.
The next three days will feature temperatures around or above 90, and higher humidity will make it feel even warmer.
With temperatures climbing to 90 degrees or higher, AAA Mid-Atlantic wants to remind parents to not leave their children in unattended vehicles, for risk or injury or death.
A much drier Tuesday greeted us during the morning, and those nice west winds really dried us out from the heavy storms of Monday night.
We certainly had to deal with a very busy period of weather last evening.
Showers and a t-storm or two. And there you have today’s forecast
Crews rescued several stranded vehicles in Towson after Monday night’s storm.
Severe strong thunderstorms crossed the region this evening prompting warnings and watches all across the state. A front will cross the area tomorrow, which will likely kick up a few more showers and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm as well.
It happened around 7 p.m. at Sandy Point State Park–after severe weather moved through the region.
Severe thunderstorms are possible Monday into the evening.
Yep it looks like we are finally out of the weather rut we have been stuck in