Chopper 13 Surveys Flood Damage At City Dock In AnnapolisChopper 13 flew over City Dock in Annapolis on Saturday morning to survey the damage from coastal flooding brought on by rain and strong winds.
Baltimore Water Taxi Cancels Regular Service Due To High TidesThe Baltimore Water Taxi will not run regular service Saturday due to the high tides at its stops, the company said.
Water Level In Parts Of Baltimore County Rose About 4 Feet, Officials SayFloodwaters in parts of Baltimore County reached an elevation of about 4 feet around the high tide at 2 a.m. Saturday morning.
Communities In Baltimore County Brace For Potential Of More Flooding OvernightPeople who live along the water in Baltimore County are bracing for the potential of more flooding in their neighborhoods overnight.
Heavy Winds & High Tides Flood Some Roads In Havre De GraceWaves crashed onshore in Havre De Grace after a major storm swept through parts of the state Friday.
Residents, Business Owners Prepare For Next High Tide In Downtown AnnapolisCity Dock in Annapolis is underwater once again.
Powerful Storm Causes Widespread Flooding Along Chesapeake BayCommunities along the Chesapeake Bay watched as the water rose Friday to levels not seen since Hurricane Isabel in 2003.
Latest Road Closures In Baltimore CountyOfficials in Baltimore County have closed several roads due to flooding concerns or tree blockage. 
Hogan Advises Marylanders To Take Precautions Against Severe Weather, FloodingGov. Larry Hogan advised Marylander, especially residents in low-lying areas, to remain alert as heavy rains and strong winds cause substantial flooding in coastal areas of the state.
Weather Blog: Rainy Friday Could Cause Major Coastal FloodingWe have another major rainmaker on the way and more importantly, the risk of some major coastal flooding issues.
Communities Prepare For Potential Coastal Flooding Ahead Of Friday's Major RainmakerThe National Weather Service is expecting one of the biggest coastal flood events of the past two decades. High tides are expected to be well above normal and strong winds will likely push even more water ashore.