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Storms likely to continue in Baltimore this weekend

Forecasters are predicting a stormy weekend in Baltimore. Rain is likely to fall on the city every day through Sunday, according to the National Weather Service, and thunderstorms are also possible. The National Weather Service expects temperatures to range from the mid-70s to the mid-80s. Heavy...

  • Tornado confirmed on Eastern Shore near Easton

    Tornado confirmed on Eastern Shore near Easton

    Eastern Shore towns Easton, Trappe and Oxford were under a tornado warning early Thursday afternoon, a day after a waterspout was spotted near Assateague Island. Emergency managers confirmed that a tornado was spotted just before 1 p.m. near Trappe. The National Weather Service issued a tornado...

  • Tornado spotted in Worcester County near Assateague Island

    Tornado spotted in Worcester County near Assateague Island

    Southeastern Worcester County was under a tornado warning early Wednesday afternoon after a waterspout was spotted moving onshore near Assateague Island. The National Weather Service issued the warning at 12:47 p.m., until 1:15 p.m., saying "a confirmed waterspout" was seen near Snow Hill moving...

  • As heat lingers, stormy stretch forecast in Baltimore

    As heat lingers, stormy stretch forecast in Baltimore

    A stubborn heat wave was slow to wane Wednesday, a seventh consecutive day in the 90s or hotter, as a relatively cool yet stormy stretch of weather began. Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport hit 95 degrees Wednesday afternoon. BWI, the region's point of record, has now...

  • Hot weather cancels three summer school programs

    Hot weather cancels three summer school programs

    Problems with air conditioning systems shut down three Baltimore City Public Schools summer programs on Tuesday, the district said. Excel Academy, Forth Worthington Elementary and Harford Heights were closed due to problems with their cooling systems. Baltimore schools made the announcement on...

  • Baltimore temperature hits triple digits for first time since 2012; heat to continue through rest of week

    Baltimore temperature hits triple digits for first time since 2012; heat to continue through rest of week

    Triple-digit temperatures baked Baltimore for the first time in four years Monday, and forecasters predicted highs in the 90s through the rest of the week. Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport reached a high of 100 degrees at 1:36 p.m., according to the National Weather Service....

  • BWI hits 96 degrees Thursday, tying hottest reading of the summer

    BWI hits 96 degrees Thursday, tying hottest reading of the summer

    Baltimore officially hit 96 degrees Thursday afternoon, tying a mark for the hottest day of the summer so far. That temperature was reported at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the region's point of record, at 3:33 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.  It...

  • Heat index could reach 105 degrees Thursday

    Heat index could reach 105 degrees Thursday

    Thursday is forecast to be the hottest day of the summer so far in Baltimore, with temperatures reaching the mid-90s and humidity making it feel as hot as 105 degrees. The National Weather Service issued a heat advisory until 8 p.m. for areas along and east of Interstate 95. Meteorologists and...

  • Health officials declare 'code red' heat advisory for Thursday

    Health officials declare 'code red' heat advisory for Thursday

    Baltimore health officials are declaring the summer's first "code red" heat advisory Thursday, with temperatures in the 90s and high humidity forecast. The National Weather Service is forecasting highs in the mid-90s, with uncomfortable levels of humidity making it feel like 100 degrees. The city...

  • Evening storms possible as heat index approaches 100 again

    Evening storms possible as heat index approaches 100 again

    Temperatures in the 90s with high humidity could make it feel like almost 100 degrees Friday, and also fuel possible severe thunderstorms in the afternoon or evening. Highs are forecast in the lower 90s. With dew points around 70 degrees indicating uncomfortable levels of humidity, the heat index...

  • Heat index could approach 100 Wednesday, amid unhealthy air pollution

    Heat index could approach 100 Wednesday, amid unhealthy air pollution

    With temperatures expected to reach the lower 90s amid high humidity, the heat index could approach the triple digits on Wednesday in Baltimore. A "Code Orange" air quality alert is meanwhile in effect because of the heat and lack of wind. That means air pollution is expected to reach unhealthy...

  • Stretch of 90-degree heat forecast to begin Wednesday

    Stretch of 90-degree heat forecast to begin Wednesday

    One of Baltimore's longest stretches of 90-degree heat in years is forecast to begin Wednesday after the region just missed that mark Tuesday. A high of 89 degrees was reported at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport on Tuesday afternoon. Starting Wednesday, meteorologists...

  • On rainy Fourth, many celebrations postponed, but downtown fireworks to go on

    On rainy Fourth, many celebrations postponed, but downtown fireworks to go on

    As a steady rain fell Monday afternoon, Fourth of July celebrations around the region were canceled or postponed. But the city's marquee fireworks show in the Inner Harbor will go on as scheduled. Rain moved into the region by 3 p.m., with about a quarter of an inch reported at Baltimore/Washington...

  • Severe thunderstorm watch in effect Friday afternoon

    Severe thunderstorm watch in effect Friday afternoon

    Severe thunderstorms could bring damaging wind gusts, large hail and possibly some tornadoes to the Baltimore region Friday afternoon and evening. A severe storm watch is in effect across Central Maryland through 10 p.m. Scattered storms could bring wind gusts up to 70 mph and hail as thick as...

  • Neighbors take stock of storm damage in Howard County, across region

    Neighbors take stock of storm damage in Howard County, across region

    Families in battered Howard County spent Wednesday surveying damage from thunderstorms and a tornado the previous afternoon that toppled trees and power lines. Utility crews worked to restore power to families still without service. After 10 p.m. Wednesday, about 260 families in Howard County remained...

  • Tornado confirmed in western Howard County

    Tornado confirmed in western Howard County

    Severe thunderstorms producing one tornado pounded Central Maryland Tuesday afternoon, toppling trees and power lines and sending marble crashing from the roof of Baltimore's City Hall. An Ef-0 tornado with wind speeds reaching 80 mph touched down about 1:30 p.m. near Poplar Springs of western...

  • Baltimore region under flood warnings, severe thunderstorm watch

    Baltimore region under flood warnings, severe thunderstorm watch

    Severe storms brought damaging winds, hail and flash flooding to the Baltimore region early Tuesday afternoon, and threats of more bad weather are forecast through the evening. A flash flood warning is in effect until 9 p.m., with up to 2 inches of rain inundating storm drains and streams. Motorists...

  • Air quality alert issued for Monday; highs forecast in 90s

    Air quality alert issued for Monday; highs forecast in 90s

    Environmental officials have issued Baltimore a Code Orange air quality alert for Monday, meaning pollution levels could be harmful to children and adults with breathing and heart conditions. During a Code Orange, families are advised to limit outdoor activity and avoid painting. The alert was...

  • Summer solstice, full moon coincide Monday for first time since 1948

    Summer solstice, full moon coincide Monday for first time since 1948

    This year, the summer solstice coincides with the Full Strawberry Moon. First, June's full moon arrives Monday at 7:02 a.m., one hour after it has set below the horizon in Baltimore. Look for it Sunday night, though it won't yet technically be full. About 12 hours later, spring turns to summer...

  • Thursday night severe weather largely spared Baltimore region

    Thursday night severe weather largely spared Baltimore region

    Severe weather passed through the region Thursday night but largely spared Baltimore.  A thunderstorm rolled through the city between 8:30 p.m. and midnight, according to the National Weather Service. But the worst of the storms stayed south and west of Baltimore, landing on Washington, D.C. and...

  • Severe storms, flash flooding expected Thursday night

    Severe storms, flash flooding expected Thursday night

    Storms could bring damaging winds, flash flooding and possibly isolated tornadoes to the region Thursday evening into the night, forecasters warned. National Weather Service meteorologists expect a line of well-organized, potent storms to move through the mid-Atlantic, likely reaching Baltimore between...

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NASA snow data that helps California put to work in Colorado

NASA is providing drought-stricken California with valuable data about how much water is locked up in the scant Sierra Nevada snow, and now Colorado is trying the technique in the mountains where the Rio Grande begins its journey to New Mexico and Texas. An airplane called the Airborne Snow Observatory...

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