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Driver rescued after car was submerged in Baltimore highway underpass

Shantay Allen was going home after visiting a friend in East Baltimore when she drove through an underpass that was filling with water. The car in front of her stalled, then water began seeping into Allen’s car. Allen said she had to think quickly to get out of the car, climb on top and begin livestreaming...

  • Tornado with 105 mph winds hit Salisbury Monday, meteorologists confirm

    Tornado with 105 mph winds hit Salisbury Monday, meteorologists confirm

    A tornado with winds of up to 105 mph tossed vehicles and knocked down a concrete building in Salisbury on Monday afternoon, meteorologists confirmed Tuesday. Meteorologists from the National Weather Service’s Wakefield, Va., office who surveyed the damage rated the tornado an EF-1 on the Enhanced...

  • Possible tornado strikes Salisbury

    Possible tornado strikes Salisbury

    The National Weather Service is investigating a possible tornado in Salisbury that downed trees, damaged houses and flipped cars on Monday afternoon as strong storms swept across Maryland. The weather service said it received multiple reports of damage, most concentrated around Salisbury University...

  • Baltimore area under flash flood watch

    Baltimore area under flash flood watch

    Baltimore woke up to a wet Monday morning, and periods of heavy rain is forecast into the evening. The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for the Baltimore area and other parts of Maryland through 10 p.m. Multiple rounds of showers and thunderstorms are expected, with up to...

  • 14-year-old girl killed in Timonium after tree falls on car during storm

    14-year-old girl killed in Timonium after tree falls on car during storm

    A 14-year-old girl was killed Thursday evening after a tree fell on top of the car she was in as severe storms swept through the Baltimore area. More storms are expected Friday. Baltimore County police said the incident happened around 5:30 p.m. on Pot Spring Road at Deer Fox Lane in Timonium....

  • Tornado toll: 155 buildings damaged, 11 destroyed on Kent Island

    Tornado toll: 155 buildings damaged, 11 destroyed on Kent Island

    The tornado that tore through Kent Island last week damaged 155 buildings, destroying 11 of them, data released by Queen Anne's County said. David Rivett, assistant chief of Queen Anne's County Emergency Services, said the numbers are early estimates and could rise as county officials and insurance...

  • Flood warning issued across Baltimore

    Flood warning issued across Baltimore

    A flood warning is in effect across Baltimore until 11 p.m. after a quick downpour dumped an inch or two of rain. The National Weather Service issued the warning just after 5 p.m., as an isolated but intense storm cell crossed the city. The warning also covers the Dundalk area in southeastern Baltimore...

  • Rainy weekend forecast raises flooding concerns

    Rainy weekend forecast raises flooding concerns

    Frequent and sometimes heavy rainfall is forecast Friday through Sunday, potentially posing flooding risks, according to meteorologists. A system of low pressure is forecast to move into the region Friday and stall overhead through the weekend. As much as 3-4 inches of rain, about a month’s worth,...

  • Second night of severe storms hit Baltimore area

    Second night of severe storms hit Baltimore area

    Several trees and wires were downed in storms that passed through Harford County, the second evening in a row of severe storms to hit the Baltimore area. On Sunday evening, storms led to extensive flooding in Harford County. On Monday evening, storms took down trees and power lines, according to...

  • 'It's devastating': Tornado causes extensive damage on Kent Island

    'It's devastating': Tornado causes extensive damage on Kent Island

    Gennifer Errigo leapt out of bed as soon as she heard the tornado warning blare from her phone and bolted for her 14-year-old daughter. Before she even made it to her bedroom door, she heard a deafening boom. A tree had collapsed on the roof of Errigo’s Stevensville's home — one of hundreds that...

  • Tornado with 125 mph winds causes extensive damage on Kent Island

    Tornado with 125 mph winds causes extensive damage on Kent Island

    A tornado with 125 mph wind gusts tore a path of damage through the Stevensville area of Kent Island overnight. Homes were destroyed, large trees toppled and metal electricity poles twisted in the Bay City neighborhood, on the western shore of the island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. One...

  • Yes, Artscape weekend is usually hot — but not always the hottest

    Yes, Artscape weekend is usually hot — but not always the hottest

    Every summer, it seems like an inevitable heat wave rolls into Baltimore just in time for Artscape. This year, the largely outdoor free music and arts festival will take place during a Code Red heat advisory, meaning the heat poses a health risk. Art-lovers could face dehydration and hyperthermia...

  • Code Red heat advisory continues Friday through Artscape weekend

    Code Red heat advisory continues Friday through Artscape weekend

    Baltimore’s Code Red heat advisory continues today through the weekend as Baltimore kicks off Artscape, the nation’s largest free arts festival. Temperatures in the high 90s are forecasted for the next few days. The National Weather Service predicts a high of 98 degrees Friday, with the heat index...

  • One rescued from car after two feet of water deluge Reisterstown Road

    One rescued from car after two feet of water deluge Reisterstown Road

    One person was rescued by the Baltimore County fire department after swift water overtook a road in Reisterstown on Monday afternoon. About two feet of water flooded an area around Reisterstown and Cherry Valley roads around 3:30 p.m., EMS Lieutenant Tim Rostkowski said. Two cars were stranded....

  • Funnel cloud or waterspout sighted in Stevensville, Kent Island area

    Funnel cloud or waterspout sighted in Stevensville, Kent Island area

    Multiple residents are reporting sightings of either a funnel cloud or waterspout in the Stevensville and Kent Island areas Saturday morning. Reader Emily Murray, who said she lives in the Ellendale community in Stevensville, sent a photo of what appears to be a waterspout having formed in the...

  • Heat advisory in effect Thursday

    Heat advisory in effect Thursday

    A heat advisory is in effect across much of the Baltimore region Thursday, with the heat index forecast to approach 105 degrees. The advisory covers the Interstate 95 corridor, including Baltimore City, Anne Arundel County and the southern halves of Howard, Baltimore and Harford counties. Temperatures...

  • Heat index could reach 100 in Baltimore Tuesday

    Heat index could reach 100 in Baltimore Tuesday

    The heat index in Baltimore will creep toward 100 degrees Tuesday afternoon, and could be coupled with showers and thunderstorms. The rest of the week doesn’t look like it will bring much relief: Wednesday’s high is 95 degrees, with a heat index forecasted to reach 102. Storms are likely to continue...

  • Baltimore Fourth of July forecast: overcast, chance of thunderstorms

    Baltimore Fourth of July forecast: overcast, chance of thunderstorms

    The Fourth of July in Baltimore is expected to be 89 degrees, partly cloudy and humid, with a chance of scattered thunderstorms later in the day that could threaten fireworks shows around the region. If it does rain, it could blow over before the first firework is launched. There is a 30 percent...

  • Severe storm warning remains after rain passes through Baltimore, delays Orioles game

    Severe storm warning remains after rain passes through Baltimore, delays Orioles game

    The Orioles postponed the start of Saturday's game before a line of severe thunderstorms passed through Baltimore, but a storm warning remained in place around Maryland for the evening. A severe thunderstorm watch was issued for the entire central Maryland region until 9 p.m. Much of Maryland — as...

  • Deadly 'derecho' storm hit Maryland five years ago

    Deadly 'derecho' storm hit Maryland five years ago

    It came with little warning, not expected to maintain its strength across a path that started in the Midwest. But the line of storms known as a derecho nonetheless hit Baltimore with sustained 70 mph winds, one of the region’s worst weather disasters in a generation. The storm killed two people...

  • Baltimore hit a record low early Wednesday morning

    Baltimore hit a record low early Wednesday morning

    Temperatures dropped to 51 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport early Wednesday morning, breaking a nearly 50-year-old record. Downtown, the urban heat island effect kept the overnight low to a milder 63 degrees. But outside the city, temperatures in the upper...

  • Remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy forecast to reach Maryland late Friday

    Remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy forecast to reach Maryland late Friday

    The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy are forecast to reach the region Friday night into Saturday. The system weakened into a tropical depression Thursday as it hit Texas and Louisiana and sent drenching rains as far as Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee. View the current radar » Bands of thunderstorms...

  • Good morning solstice: Sunshine lasts 14 hours and 54 minutes today

    Good morning solstice: Sunshine lasts 14 hours and 54 minutes today

    Welcome to the longest day of the year. There will be 14 hours and 54 minutes of daylight on today's summer solstice, a cause for traditional celebrations around the globe. The solstice is marked when the sun's direct rays hit the northernmost point above the Equator, shining right above the Tropic...

  • EF0 tornado touches down in Montgomery County

    EF0 tornado touches down in Montgomery County

    An EF0 tornado touched down in Montgomery County on Monday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service, and meteorologists were also investigating a possible tornado in southern Pennsylvania. In the Silver Spring area, a tornado with peak winds of about 70 miles per hour toppled several...

  • Summer solstice arrives early Wednesday morning

    Summer solstice arrives early Wednesday morning

    The summer solstice arrives early Wednesday, making Tuesday and Wednesday essentially the "longest" days of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. The solstice occurs Wednesday at 12:24 a.m. — the moment the North Pole and Earth’s tilted axis are pointed most toward the sun. There will be about 14...

  • Flash flooding possible amid scattered storms Monday night

    Flash flooding possible amid scattered storms Monday night

    Severe storms crossed the Baltimore region by 5 p.m., largely sparing the area of significant damage, but forecasters warned flash flooding remains possible through Monday night. A flash flood watch remains in effect for Baltimore, Howard, Anne Arundel and Harford counties and Baltimore City through...

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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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