Saturday's stormy weather has produced at least 4 tornado touchdowns in Maryland, according to the National Weather Service.
An EF-0 tornado with maximum 70-80 mph winds touched down 3 miles southeast of Unionville in Frederick County, according to a preliminary storm report. An EF-1 tornado with maximum 90-100 mph winds touched down 3 miles northeast of New Market that destroyed several small barns and damaged a warehouse roof. Update: There were 2 EF-1 tornadoes in the New Market area within minutes of each other. Another EF-0 tornado hit 1 mile south of Deep Run in Carroll County that partially unroofed two barns and blew a tree into a home.
NWS plans to issue an updated report this afternoon. Stay tuned.
Meanwhile, a flood warning is in effect until 7:10 p.m. today for Cecil and Harford counties near the Conowingo Dam. Minor flooding would begin at Port Deposit, the weather service said.
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