A boy is dead and thousands of people in Maryland and Virginia are in the dark after strong storms moved through the region Tuesday night.
Strong rain and lightning knocked out power to thousands of people overnight in the Washington and Baltimore areas.
Tens of thousands of customers are in the dark after isolated, but powerful, thunderstorms battered parts of the Baltimore and Washington corridor.
Rain will stick around in the Baltimore and Washington area Friday after powerful storms toppled trees, downed power lines and flooded roadways throughout the region for two days.
About 1,500 customers are still without power after strong thunderstorms battered the region Tuesday afternoon. The storms caused trees and power lines to topple.
Here’s a look by the numbers at the storm that has dumped snow on the Mid-Atlantic region, causing few major problems but dealing one more blow to residents tired of winter and ready for springtime.
A winter storm that dumped up to a foot and a half of snow on the Mid-Atlantic region is not causing major power outages — yet.
Thousands of residents are still without power after a heavy batch of thunderstorms hit the D.C. area Friday afternoon.
The severe weather that hit the area left trees uprooted and power lines down. At one point more than 50,000 customers were without power.
Thousands of people are without power after heavy storms moved through the D.C. area Thursday.