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Storm chances continue today, but not as hot

What you need to know:

  • More chances will diminish through the day. The heaviest rain is gone.
  • Flash flooding could be possible in isolated spots but overall the threat is low. 
  • Respect the lightning but severe weather is a low concern today.
  • Rain chances over the next several days will reduce the heat stress level. Expect the heat index to peak about 5 degrees cooler than previous days!
  • Storm chances will continue Sunday and into the work week, but much lower chances than today. 

Showers could bring heat relief for parts of Green Country

  • We don't have any big cooldowns on the way, but isolated pop up showers and storms could bring small relief to parts of Green Country this weekend
  • Expect highs in the upper 90s to near 100 again on Saturday and Sunday with a heat advisory posted south of I-40 on Saturday
  • It'll stay hotter than average next week with more upper 90s and possibly 100s

Triple digit heat continues in Green Country

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Dangerous heat continues with chances for relief in sight

What you need to know:

  • Heat advisory from noon to 9pm for all of Green Country with the exception of Adair County. 
  • Expect the heat index near or above 105 for more than 5 hours this afternoon.
  • The heat continues into the weekend but isolated storm chances return on Saturday.
  • Any shower or storms would bring some relief from this nasty heat.
  • There is a tiny downward trend in temperatures with triple digits unlikely by early next week. 

 

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Dangerous heat levels stick around into the weekend

  • Heat Advisory for most of Green Country from noon until 8pm
  • Temperatures in the triple digits with feel like temps above 105
  • Afternoon highs will stay in the triple digits for the next 5 days
  • James Aydelott has details on all this heat in the attached video

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A long stretch of triple digit heat ahead

  • Keep taking your heat precautions - the hotter than average weather will stick around all the way into the weekend
  • Expect highs at or slightly above 100 starting Wednesday with an afternoon heat index near 105
  • Outside of some very isolated pop up showers, don't expect any good rain chances between now and next week

Slightly less heat but still hot

  • Temperatures continue to climb towards the triple digits
  • Heat index values staying near dangerous levels
  • More heat for the coming days, some in the dangerous level
  • Grab details on the heat with Ben Walnick in the attached video

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Heat danger increases as the week goes on

  • Our early August heat wave is just getting started.  Look for highs ranging 99 to 101 all the way into the weekend.
  • The afternoon heat index will range 103 to 110 each day, and we may see more heat advisories posted as the week goes along.
  • Rain chances are close to zero for the rest of the week, but a very isolated pop-up t-storm isn't entirely out of the question on Wednesday or Sunday.

2 dead, hundreds displaced by Maryland floods

Video includes clips from WMAR and Twitter / @HoCoGovExec and images from WMAR.

Severe flooding in central Maryland has left at least two dead and hundreds of others picking up the pieces.

The flash flooding struck Ellicott City on Saturday night. Officials said residents Jessica Watsula and Joseph Anthony Blevins were swept away in their cars in separate incidents. 

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"Cars everywhere, sidewalks missing, roads partially gone, utility poles down, cars on top of cars," Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman said of the scene. 

Officials report Ellicott City received more than six inches of rain in a matter of hours. Kittleman said in the aftermath of the storm, the city looked like a "war zone."

"I've seen the flooding in Ellicott City in the past, and it's been bad. It has never been close to being this bad," he said.

Photos from WMAR show vehicles almost completely submerged and water flooding the streets.

As of Sunday, Howard County police had no other missing person reports from the floods.

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