Tuesday August 4 at 8AM This morning our region is under a Tropical Storm Warning, Tornado Watch and Flash Flood Watch. Some of these events have begun to impact some
Tuesday August 4 2020 Tropical Storm Isaias still had top winds of 70 mph at 5 AM. The storm is moving faster to the North-Northeast at 28 mph. That means
Monday August 3 2020 Tropical Storm Isaias has been holding at 70 mph overnight and will try one more time to reach hurricane intensity briefly today before making landfall. But
Sunday August 2 2020 We've had a few storms early this morning represent a warm front. Without doubt it is very steamy today and heat index values will reach 100ºF.
Thursday July 23 2020 The storms that erupted yesterday broke the heat and led to some local flooding, especially in Baltimore City. Some areas received as between 2 to 3
Wednesday July 22 2020 A Sever Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for most of our region through this evening. We have already had warnings issued in PA, western Maryland, and
Tuesday July 7 2020 The storms yesterday lived up to expectations. Up to 6 inches fell in parts of Maryland just east of Baltimore. BWI officially had 1.40" of rain,
Monday July 6 2020 The atmosphere is primed to dump a lot of rain on some areas today. The high temperatures in the 90s and dew points in the mid
Wednesday July 1 2020 The radar this afternoon has been lit up across southern Maryland, Delmarva, and near the beaches. The morning activity never settled down, and appears
Wednesday June 10 2020 Today will be the peak of the heat with this weather chapter. The increasing humidity will bring the heat index close to 100ºF for some areas.