MARYLAND (WJZ) — Extreme climate is transferring by means of Maryland, with twister warning now expired after being in impact for components of the state Monday evening.
They’ve all since expired, however there’s nonetheless heavy rain and extreme climate transferring all through the state.
A twister warning in Baltimore County expired at round 9:50 p.m.
Baltimore County Govt Johnny Olszewski Jr. had mentioned the county is monitoring the storm and their first responders had been on full alert.
.@BaltCoGov is monitoring the present storm heading in direction of northern Baltimore County. Our first responders are on full alert and ready to reply as wanted.
— Johnny Olszewski, Jr. (@JohnnyOJr) May 4, 2021
A twister warning additionally expired for Linganore and Libertytown, Maryland at 8:45 p.m.
The rain got here in waves Monday evening, and simply after 10 p.m. when the twister warnings expired, it started to downpour whereas WJZ’s Rachel Menitoff was on York Highway heading north into Baltimore County.
It subsided a bit, however a gradual stream in Hereford, which was within the twister warning Monday evening.
Winds of no less than 60 miles per hour moved by means of the world, with greater than 1 / 4 inch of rain.
Nationwide Climate Service groups will probably be probably ship survey groups to see if a twister touched down within the space.
You need to use BGE’s cellular app to report any downed energy traces close to you. They ask you don’t strategy it, keep 10 ft away and name BGE to report it.