Scorching heatwaves, driving rains and deadly blizzards will become the norm, say climate scientists.
The Baltimore-Washington region could be in for severe weather Sunday afternoon and evening.
The National Weather Service is investigating whether a tornado may have touched down in Anne Arundel County during Tuesday’s storms.
More than 100 young campers sang songs, read stories and prayed in an open-air pavilion, as they did each night at the River Valley Ranch camp. Then, the sky began to darken and a light rain began to fall.
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.
The Baltimore-Washington corridor is enduring a nasty round of powerful storms that could dump as much as 5 inches of soaking rain on the area before exiting Thursday.
A powerful storm front rumbled through parts of the Plains, Midwest and South on Sunday, spawning deadly tornadoes and heavy hail and rain, and damaging or destroying structures in several states.
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.
Capt. Emmett Williams of the Richmond police said the boy was crushed by an old yellow tulip poplar tree that became uprooted during heavy winds and rains at Maymont Park shortly before 4 p.m.
The National Weather Service says possible tornadoes have been reported in Maryland as a massive storm system plowed across the country and hit the Washington area Thursday, causing widespread power outages and flash flooding.