Tornado Confirmed in Anne Arundel County, Observed In Area Of Fort Howard As Remnants Of Hurricane Ida Hit MarylandA flash flood watch will be in effect from 11 a.m. Wednesday to 8 a.m. Thursday in much of central Maryland
TRACKING IDA: Confirmed Tornado In Anne Arundel County Caught On CameraMultiple Twitter users possibly caught footage of the tornado, and it's frightening. 
Early Morning Flooding In Rockville Leaves Teen Dead, One MissingA 19-year-old man died at the Rock Creek Apartments, officials said.
Maryland Emergency Management Agency To Raise State Activation Level For Tropical Depression IdaRemnants of Ida will interact with a stalled front, leading to a prolonged period of heavy rainfall beginning Wednesday morning and continuing through Wednesday night.
Weather Blog: Past Ida, Labor Day Weekend Looking CalmLet’s get Ida in here, and out of here, and move on toward the last of the Summer holiday weekends.
Weather Blog: Ida Is On The WayTwo things to discuss with ya this day. 1. Ida is on the way with her rain beginning around bedtime tonight. 2. Today will feature another warm and steamy afternoon.
Maryland Weather: Flash Flood Watch In Effect Until Monday EveningThe National Weather Service on Monday issued flash flood watches for portions of west, central and northeast Maryland.
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Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorm Warning Issued For Baltimore & Harford CountiesWJZ is tracking severe weather in our area.
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Maryland Weather: Areal Flood Warning Issued For Anne Arundel & Calvert CountiesScattered thunderstorms are expected Friday. There are times where rainfall can be heavier with one to two inches per hour. 
Weather Blog: Rainy Start To Weekend“Let’s get this rain in here and get it out and have us a weekend," was my first thought this A.M. Then my second thought was, “we really need this rain.” And in the spirit of the last two thoughts, I am thinking we will see this steady needed rain move out, for the most part, by noon or slightly before.