April 16 2019 The cluster of severe storms that rolled across our region on the night of Sunday April 14, lasted into the early morning hours on Monday. It was
Tuesday April 16 2019 Yesterday the top wind gust in Baltimore was 49 mph. There was wind damage around the region and a confirmed EF-2 Tornado in Laurel, DE. Today
Monday April 15 2019 Did you wake up form the sound of heavy rain, strong winds, or even loud thunder? You were not alone. The storms the blew through overnight
Sunday Evening Update: April 14 2019 A Tornado Watch has been expanded and lasts through 3 AM Monday April 15. This includes most of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and northern Delmarva.
Sunday April 14 2019 We have a potentially dangerous weather situation for tonight. Please take this seriously and spread the word to your friends at least to just be aware.
Sunday April 14 2019 A severe storm outbreak in the south yesterday is still heading our way. This morning the large system is bringing a line of thunderstorms across the
Saturday April 14 2019 You want it, we've got it in Maryland this weekend. After bands of heavy rain overnight passed through, this morning we have areas of fog and
Friday April 12 2019 If you like the rain and missed it, well, it's back. I am writing this report as I sit under cover on a deck in Sykesville,
Friday April 13 2019 The good news is that the temperatures will be warming up. The large storm that produced a late season blizzard in the northern US is still
Thursday April 11 2019 If we were able to have a conversation I would ask if you wanted the good news or bad news first. I'll go ahead and start