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Storms now (2:10 PM) west of Baltimore, come in the Metro 3 PM – 6 PM. Heavy rain and gusts over 60 Miles per hour possible in a few of these storms.
Flash floods may cause fast-moving water to hurry lower roads. Don’t mix flooded roadways — 6 inches water is sufficient to knock someone business ft, and one foot of rain can float a vehicle.
Options To Consider:
Severe storms rapidly moved through Maryland Monday mid-day.
The road of storms is at Hagerstown around noon and it was rapidly moving east. By 2 p.m., the storms had arrived at Carroll County, by 3 p.m., the storms had arrived at Baltimore. By 5:30 p.m., the majority of the heaviest storm cells were within the Eastern Shore.