Firefighters raced to Anne Arundel County on Friday afternoon after a teen found himself trapped up to his waist in mud.
There will try to be one last hurrah late Thursday and Friday morning as a separate piece of energy swings down behind the storm and perhaps causes a few rain and snow showers.
The active pattern over the region continues as one storm system slowly departs Wednesday with a second system approaching Thursday. In the near-term, rain will continue through the first part of the day before tapering off early Wednesday afternoon.
Stink bug numbers are down, and researchers say they suspect the wet fall weather across the mid-Atlantic may be the reason.
Temperatures, for the most part, will be in the lower or middle 50s. Later Wednesday and especially during the night, the main thrust of the precipitation associated with this push of milder air, or that being caused by […]
From flooding rain to snow, there’s a little bit of everything in this forecast.
It’s wet but it’s warm out there Tuesday morning. As a storm moves our way, it has pushed a huge surge of unseasonably warm air up the East Coast. We are starting out the day in the mid 50s and will top out in the mid 60s. As a reminder, our average high is only 48 degrees right now.
Rounds of rain will be heavy at times Wednesday with a couple of thunderstorms possible in the afternoon or evening. The winds are also going to pick up with this storm moving through. Winds could gust over 30 mph at times.
We’re expecting a mild night with plenty of clouds and maybe a shower
A large ridge of high pressure continues to dominate the weather across the Eastern Region. This has resulted in some unseasonably warm weather, which will continue today. Most temperatures should climb into the mid-80s this afternoon, except in some of the highest terrain.
Heavy rain cripples parts of Maryland once again, stranding people on the roads. On Pulaski Highway, the water rose so quickly that a car became almost totally immersed. Emergency crews made a number of swift water rescues in both Baltimore and Harford counties. But there are no reports of injuries so far.
Firefighters were among those who had to be rescued Wednesday as storms flooded roads, trapping cars in rushing water and filling basements in a region still cleaning up from Hurricane Irene less than two weeks ago.
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