Weather in Maryland: Scattered and severe thunderstorms Tuesday

Weather in Maryland: Scattered and severe thunderstorms Tuesday

Forecast with meteorologist Tony Pan. Well, some thunderstorms are already starting to build up here in the afternoon hour. And in the last few minutes, the National Weather Service issued a severe thunderstorm warning for the orange-shaded area here even. 1245 for another half hour or so. This afternoon. This includes the city of Edgemere, the southeastern part of Baltimore County, and the southernmost part of Baltimore City. And that’s because that storm that we showed you at the end of the hour is just starting to build up here. It’s a storm here heading towards Edgemere. The worst part is that it appears to be on the lower end of the belt, the southeastern part of the belt there. There will 695 be really heavy rain if you watch for the next half hour. After 45 minutes, winds could exceed 60 mph and there may be some small hail. The storm is slowly moving to the east, so it should be above water as we approach 1:00 or so. But at least for a while, if you watch in this place where it’s going to be bumpy, but in another place, there won’t be much going on. It’s very dry from there north into Baltimore County. Carroll Frederick County had some thunderstorms near the Delaware line in East Coast counties. But we’ll be watching this storm here as it crosses the Gulf and heads toward the eastern shore over the next 90 minutes or so, 83 at the end of the hour at BWI. The dew point is 71. So the air is humid there and the atmosphere will use that moisture to create some big thunderstorms again later this afternoon. Not just the ones we showed you, 80 and we parked on 81 in Westminster. It’s 84 now in Easton. Temperatures will reach the upper 80s this afternoon. Let’s take a look at our future crew. You can see some scattered thunderstorms, until around 5:00 this evening. So the evening ride might be a bit bumpy as well. Then by the time we get around midnight, I think those storms will move away from the coast. Wednesday looks like a pretty decent day. I think the humidity will drop a bit on Wednesday. Temperatures will start out in the 60s, in the morning, and highs will range from the 80s to around 90 degrees in the afternoon. Thursday should be fairly comfortable. The humidity returns and that’s when we start the intense heat, Thursday and Friday, and in that time period, Thursday morning, temperatures will start out in the 70s and then temperatures will jump all the way into the middle and maybe upper 90s with a heat index likely over 100 and some scattered thunderstorms once in a while. Others on Thursday evening, some of which may be rather strong. So, not only will it get hot this weekend, but there will be a threat of severe weather on Thursday, and possibly even Friday. That’s why we have the influence icon today. Possibility of strong thunderstorms. Otherwise variable clouds. High temperatures will be in the 80s, and there is a chance of thunderstorms early tonight. And then once we get past 10 or 11:00, the sky is partly cloudy, temperatures will drop back into the 60s and it will get more comfortable as far as humidity goes. Then again, tomorrow won’t be a bad day. High temperatures, high 80°C and low 90°C. Thursday and Friday. That’s when the extreme heat comes, with high temperatures reaching the mid to upper 90s. But due to humidity, the heat index will go off. 100 is between 100 and 105. There is a chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon on both days. A strong cold front will come in over the weekend and take away the heat and humidity with another chance for storms on Saturday. The weather will stabilize on Sunday and Monday

Severe thunderstorms watch for most of Maryland

Scattered severe thunderstorms are possible Tuesday in Maryland

|| Closures/Delays | Weather Alerts | radar | Forecast | Email Alerts | Send us your photos || Here’s how to get severe weather alerts from the WBAL-TV app Update: 12:48 p.m. – A flash flood warning has been issued for southeast Baltimore County until 4 p.m. Up to 2 inches of rain fell in the last hour across southeast Baltimore County, so flooding is possible. Update: 12:11 PM – Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Southeast Baltimore City, North Central Anne Arundel County and Southeast Baltimore until 12:45 PM At 12:07 PM, a severe thunderstorm was located overhead. Sparrows Point, moving east at 10 mph with wind gusts of 60 mph and the possibility of quarter-sized hail. Affected locations include Baltimore, Riviera Beach, Fort Smallwood State Park, North Point State Park, Sparrows Point, Back River, Millers Island, Dundalk, and Essex. , Pasadena, Pawley’s Quarters, Edgemere, Fort Howard and Turner Station. BALTIMORE – A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for much of central and southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore until 8 p.m. Meteorologist Ava Marie says she expects thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon that could be severe. In some areas, with strong winds and the possibility of hail. Storms will be stronger in the southern regions of Maryland as well as the East Coast. Temperatures will be in the high 80s but will feel like the low 90s with the heat index. Rain is expected to start at noon and continue until 10 p.m. Thunderstorms will begin to subside in the evening. The Federal Aviation Administration tweeted that the storms could cause delays at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Follow: @wbaltv11 | @TTasselWBAL | @AvaWBAL | @TonyPannWBAL | @DalenciaWBALALERTS: Severe Weather Alerts from the WBAL-TV App: A Step-by-Step Guide Closings: See if schools, businesses or organizations have closed or delayed Radar: Track snow, sleet, or freezing rain with WBAL-TV’s Interactive Radar Methods: Check From breakdowns and backups with our interactive traffic map Winter: Guide: Ice Safety, Driving Hazards and Power Outages Tornado Survival: 5 Things You Need to Do Now Hurricane Preparedness: How to Prepare for Hurricane Season WBAL-TV 11 Maryland Weather Radar

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Updated: 12:48 PM – A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Southeast Baltimore County until 4 p.m. Up to 2 inches of rain fell in the last hour across southeast Baltimore County, so flooding is possible.

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Updated: 12:11 PM — Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Southeast Baltimore City, North Central Anne Arundel and Southeast Baltimore Counties until 12:45 p.m.

At 12:07 p.m., a severe thunderstorm occurred over Sparrows Point, moving east at 10 mph with 60 mph wind gusts and the possibility of quarter-sized hailstones.

Affected locations include Baltimore, Riviera Beach, Fort Smallwood State Park, North Point State Park, Sparrows Point, Back River, Millers Island, Dundalk, Essex, Pasadena, Pawley’s Quarters, Edgemere, Fort Howard and Turner’s Station.

BALTIMORE — a Watching a severe thunderstorm It has been issued throughout most of central and southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore through 8 p.m

Meteorologist Ava Marie says she expects thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon that could be severe in some areas with strong winds and the possibility of hail. Storms will be stronger in the southern regions of Maryland as well as the East Coast.

Temperatures will be in the high 80s but will feel like the low 90s with the heat index. Rain is expected to begin around noon and continue until 10 p.m., and thunderstorms will begin to clear in the evening.

The Federal Aviation Administration tweeted that the storms could cause delays at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.

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