ANNAPOLIS (WJZ) — Multiple tornados touched down in Anne Arundel County and one was observed near southeast Baltimore County as the remnants of Hurricane Ida battered the state Wednesday.

Remnants of Ida will interact with a stalled front, leading to a prolonged period of heavy rainfall continuing through Wednesday night.

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Multiple Twitter users possibly caught footage of the tornado, and it’s frightening.

And here’s what not to do – during a tornado warning, take cover and keep away from windows.

Damage reports have been coming in too. CAT-South Tech School in Edgewater reportedly has extreme interior and exterior damage. No injuries have been reported.

Family of WJZ’s Paul Gessler saw multiple downed trees in Edgewater.

Power lines and store signs were seen downed on West Street in Annapolis.

If you have storm and damage footage and pictures to share on social media, tag #BeOnWJZ when it’s safe to post.

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CBS Baltimore Staff