Maryland Weather: Flash Flood Watch For Parts Of State As Rain Moves InA few wet days are ahead for Maryland, leading to the possibility of flooding.
Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorm, Flash Flood Watches CanceledSevere thunderstorm and flash flood watches for parts of Maryland have been canceled or significantly shrunk.
WEATHER BLOG: Stray ShowerWe are keeping a stray shower or thundershower in the forecast for this afternoon.
Weather Blog: A Much Better DayThe coastal storm that brought us rain and icy spots in some of the more sheltered neighborhoods is not going to simply 'disappear' today.
WEATHER BLOG: Rainy ThursdayThe steady rain has moved off to the east and northeast and it looks like we can see some sun in at least parts of the area this afternoon.
WEATHER BLOG: Low-grade Nor'easterThe Coastal Low has formed a low grade nor'easter if you will. And you know the drill.
WEATHER BLOG: Few Showers Possible OvernightThis area of energy will probably cause some wet weather tonight into tomorrow AM.
WEATHER BLOG: Rain Is ArrivingThe weather pattern will be deteriorating gradually over the next 8-12 hours.
WEATHER BLOG: A Bunch Of RainFriday, to be more precise later Friday and night, we could see a bunch of rain. An inch+ is not out of the question.
WEATHER BLOG: More Showers So how did that summer like "feel" feel Wednesday? More of the same is expected Thursday.
WEATHER BLOG: Showers In The ForecastI hope your weekend was a good one. The weather certainly cooperated. Now that fair weather pattern changes.
WEATHER BLOG: Warm & HumidThe overall setup for both Thursday and Friday is growing more and more complicated, since an old front will be at a virtual standstill near the mid-Atlantic coast.
WEATHER BLOG: TGIF!What a beautiful last day of spring we will have. Sunny, mild and low humidity.
WEATHER BLOG: The Storms May Not Be Over YetThere might yet be another few episodes of rain during the late morning and midday hours.
WEATHER BLOG: Damp ThursdayThe round of showers and thunderstorms Wednesday led to more localized flooding.