Fast-Moving Storms Cause Flash Flooding In Parts Of Baltimore Thursday NightFast-moving storms hit parts of Maryland hard Thursday night.
Downed Trees From This Week's Severe Storms Cause Road Closures, Power OutagesDamage from this week's storms are still being cleaned up Thursday, with downed trees and power lines causing road closures and power outages Wednesday night.
Maryland Weather | Severe Thunderstorm Warnings Dropped Throughout The RegionSevere weather is once again in the forecast throughout Maryland.
Famous D.C. Cherry Trees Wrecked During Severe WeatherCherry blossom trees were twisted and snapped like matchwood following severe weather.
Picking Up The Pieces After Thursday's Severe WeatherTenants in Mount Washington are looking for some cover, after winds tore off the roof of their building, and for now, some can't go home.
Thursday's Severe Weather Ripped Across MarylandHigh winds during storms on Thursday resulted in damage to a Baltimore apartment complex's roof.
Mother's Nature Quick Impact Across the StateMother nature's storm was quick, but made a lasting impact.
Severe Storms Sweep Through Maryland, Causing Downed Trees And Power OutagesStrong storms swept across the state Wednesday along with a cold front.
Harsh Wind, Rain, Hail Storms Make Way Through MarylandSevere weather sweeps through Central Maryland. Powerful winds, hail, and torrential rain cause some big messes all over the Baltimore area.
Tuesday's Severe Weather Caused Massive Headaches For MarylandersTuesday's severe weather caused many headaches across Baltimore City and County. Rescue crews were forced to help motorists stranded in water. Trees toppled over in other areas and some parking lots even flooded at BWI.
Severe Weather Knocks Out Power To Thousands; Funnel Cloud Reported In Prince George's CountyBaltimore Gas and Electric (BGE) said that more than 24,000 of its customers lost power due to Saturday's storms. Of those, over 14,900 are still without electricity.
More Than 2,000 Still Lack Power After StormsPepco says more than 2,300 customers are still without power after severe thunderstorms that blew through the Washington area Friday evening.