By Meg McNamara

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Severe weather came through Maryland overnight hitting the region around 3 a.m.

Significant damage has not yet been reported, however trees and limbs were down in the area and some outages were also reported.

In Delaware however, there are reports of a possible tornado in the Laurel/Seaford area.

Possible Tornado Leaves Damage In Laurel, Delaware, Report Says

A wind advisory remains in effect through 8 p.m. Monday.

Original Post, April 14: Severe storms took aim at Maryland overnight.

The Storm Prediction Center placed most of the state, including central Maryland, under an enhanced risk for severe storms Sunday.

Enhanced is considered a three out of five on the scale with one being the lowest and five being the highest.

Two different rounds of strong storms are expected to track through the WJZ-TV viewing area.

The first one will arrive Sunday evening and the second late Sunday night into very early Monday morning.

Both lines of storms are capable of producing damaging wind gusts, isolated hail and even a tornado or two.

With the second batch of storms potentially arriving overnight, it is very important that you and your family have multiple ways to receive severe weather warnings.

Make sure you have a plan in place now for where you and your family will go if tornado warnings are issued in your neighborhood.

Continue to stay with WJZ for your latest weather. 

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