BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Parts of Maryland saw severe storms move through the region Sunday afternoon into the evening.
There is a wind advisory in effect until 4 a.m.READ MORE: SEE IT: Good Samaritan Recalls Moment He Jumped Into Bay To Rescue Toddler After Ocean City Crash
The majority of Maryland was under a slight risk for severe storms. Northern Maryland was under a marginal risk.
There was a tornado warning for Carroll and Frederick counties until 5 p.m.
— Chelsea Ingram (@ChelseaWeather) March 28, 2021
A severe thunderstorm watch was in effect in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Harford, Howard, Kent, Montgomery, Prince George’s, Queen Anne and Talbot counties and Baltimore City until 9 p.m.
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for parts of northern Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia until 9:00 PM. Details available at https://t.co/thaFoyTczH #MDwx #DCwx #VAwx pic.twitter.com/YXOTqGX594
— NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) March 28, 2021READ MORE: Baltimore Mayor Announces Pilot Program To Direct Some 911 Calls To Mental Health Professionals
There have been reports in Baltimore County of wires and trees down across the area.
There have been a few reports of trees down and wires down across the county.
-Report power outages to your power company 📞
-Use flashlights, NEVER candles! 🔦
-NEVER touch or attempt to move a downed wire. Treat ALL damaged lines as live. ❌https://t.co/FCDx64h626
— Baltimore County Emergency Management (@BaltCoEmergency) March 28, 2021
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