The storms were destructive and deadly, killing two people in Maryland.
Authorities in Prince George’s County say strong winds damaged buildings in Bladensburg.
A tropical storm system is headed toward Maryland in the next couple of days. Tropical Storm Alberto formed just off the coast of South Carolina Saturday afternoon and is whipping up winds of up to 60 mph.
It’s been a spectacular stretch of days. However, while we have been benefiting from lots of sunshine, the rainfall deficit continues to grow.
Skywatchers along the East Coast may be able to see a NASA experiment that will launch a series of rockets to learn more about the little-understood jet stream winds that circle the Earth at the edge of space.
Well, here’s what’s left of that storm from the Midwest. Not much, huh?
Dry weather is anticipated in the Greater Baltimore Area over the next several days.
Hurricane Katia has weakened slightly as it moves northwestward across the Atlantic but is still a Category 2 storm.
Maryland is assessing the damage as Hurricane Irene leaves the state. A woman was killed when a tree fell on a house and caused the chimney to collapse in Queen Anne’s County.
We expect rain-free weather for the balance of today and a good deal of sunshine. Temperatures will reach the mid and upper-80s, and there’ll be a light wind.
Today will provide most of the Greater Baltimore area with an opportunity to dry out.
BGE says it is remobilizing crews across central Maryland because of high winds expected across the area.