The flash flood warning issued Monday evening for East Central Baltimore County and Western Harford County has expired.
Patchy fog will settle on Baltimore Tuesday morning until noon today followed by a mostly sunny afternoon with a high near 90, according to the National Weather Service.
The weather service warned Monday nightthat flooding was "imminent or occurring" across the city and Arundel and Baltimore counties, including Cockeysville, Severn, Pikesville, Guilford, Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and other areas.
In Harford County, multiple lightning strikes and heavy rain hit the area in a two-hour period that resulted in a number of storm-related incidents requiring fire department assistance.
The warning expired at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Baltimore Sun reporter Christina Jedra contributed to this story.