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- Rainfall will continue Sunday evening as the remnants from storm Delta push toward the Baltimore region and cause heavier rainfall overnight into Monday morning.
- A frost advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for most of Northern Maryland, including parts of Baltimore and Carroll counties.
- Smoke from the historic wildfires ravaging the West Coast has reached the Baltimore area, contributing to cooler temperatures and hazy skies Tuesday, according to a National Weather Service meteorologist.
- The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for Thursday for parts of the Baltimore metro region, including Howard, Harford, Anne Arundel counties and Baltimore City.
- The National Weather Service confirmed Thursday that a tornado briefly appeared near Edgewater, south of Annapolis, based on radar data that showed large debris flying in a rotation and trees fallen in multiple directions.
- The National Weather Service says this month ranked as the fourth-wettest August in history. The Baltimore region almost edged out 1911 to take the third spot, the weather service said, but fell short by about an inch.
- As states along the Gulf Coast were pummeled with Category 4 Hurricane Laura, which made landfall Thursday morning, forecasters are saying the Baltimore region might experience some wet weather as a result of what is now a tropical storm.
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- The Baltimore region is forecast to have a dry couple of days before the remnants of Hurricane Laura might bring rainfall to the area.
- A thunderstorm with potentially damaging wind gusts was forecast to strike Baltimore on Monday, according to The National Weather Service.
- The National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for several counties around the Baltimore region for late Sunday afternoon as isolated storms swept through the region.
- Signs of rising waters are so glaring around Maryland's Dorchester County, residents are facing difficult decisions about the future earlier than most other waterside communities on the East Coast.
- After a dry Tuesday in Central Maryland, there’s a 40% chance showers Wednesday, mainly between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., according to the National Weather Service.
- Rain is expected to continue through the weekend in the Baltimore area, potentially causing more flooding Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.