The National Weather Service had conducted their survey of the storm that hit Salisbury on Monday August 7 2017. The Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland was under the risk for severe storms and there was a warning for this particular cell that struck at 1:40 PM. Winds were recorded at 105 mph, making this in
Tuesday August 8 The system that brought severe weather yesterday is slowly trying to move away. The National Weather Service will investigate the damage are around Salisbury and should have a report... possibly confirming a tornado later today. Rain will linger in the form of showers at the beaches, but that should end around lunchtime.
July 27 2017 A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for much of our region beginning 2 PM Friday July 28 into 2 PM Saturday July 29. This post is only about that potion and does not include the thunderstorms that will develop today. I will update that. Please consider a few things: First, this
Monday July 24 2017 The National Weather Service has completed their damage assessment of Stevensville and Bay City on Kent Island, Maryland. They have confirmed that the tornado began as a waterspout and made landfall with EF-2 rating on the Enhanced Fujita scale. The top winds were 125 mph. This is higher than the 86