Heavy Rain Expected to Hit D.C. Region as Hurricane Joaquin Edges Closer to East CoastRain - and lots of it - is already in the forecast and Virginia has declared a state of emergency days before Hurricane Joaquin is expected to move inland.
Va. Gov. McAuliffe Declares State of Emergency Ahead of More Storms, Potential HurricaneMore storms are forecast for parts of Virginia already soaked by summer rains, and Hurricane Joaquin poses an additional threat as it makes its way to the East Coast.
Tornado, Flash Flood Warnings Issued as Storms Slam RegionMost of the D.C.-Baltimore region is under a Flash Flood Watch as severe storms push through the area.
Flood Watch Issued for D.C., Baltimore, Nearby Areas A flood watch has been issued for the District of Columbia, northern Virginia, Baltimore and other parts of Maryland.
Powerful Storms Knock Out Power for ThousandsStrong rain and lightning knocked out power to thousands of people overnight in the Washington and Baltimore areas.
Maryland Awarded $7M to Protect Against StormsFederal officials say Maryland has been awarded more than $7 million in grants for projects to protect communities against damage from future storms.
Some Still Without Power, Big Cleanup After Storms Strike RegionThousands are still without power after a massive storm system brought torrential rains, heavy winds and possibly tornadoes to the Mid-Atlantic Thursday.
Unusually Massive Line of Storms Barrel EastA gigantic line of powerful thunderstorms could affect one in five Americans on Wednesday as it rumbles across the Midwest toward Washington packing hail, lightning and tree-toppling winds.
Strong Storms Batter Washington Region Once AgainFlash flood and severe thunderstorm warnings blanketed the area as roads flooded and thousands of residents lost power.
Jail Offers Shelter To Va. Storm VictimsEleven days after the windstorm, more than 2,300 Amherst County residents remain without power.
Nearly 1 Million People To Spend Fourth Of July Without ElectricityHundreds of thousands from the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic were preparing to spend the Fourth of July like America's founders did in 1776, without the conveniences of electricity and air conditioning.
Maryland Resident: Utility Companies 'Always Unprepared' For StormsUtility crews struggled to catch up with a backlog of millions of people without electricity for a fourth hot day Tuesday as frustration grew and authorities feared the toll of 22 storm deaths could rise because of stifling conditions and generator fumes.
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