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10:53 am
Tue July 15, 2014

Flash Flood Watch

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The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch through 6 a.m. tomorrow for Kent, and Sussex counties in Delaware as well as Queen Anne’s, Talbot and Caroline counties in Maryland.

Tomorrow expect 1-to-3 inches of rain that could cause the creeks and streams to overflow their banks and flood low lying areas.

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8:31 am
Fri May 16, 2014

Severe Storm Hits Mid Atlantic Region

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WASHINGTON (AP) - A storm bringing heavy rain and flooding is complicating travel and knocking out power in the mid-Atlantic region.

The National Weather Service has issued flash flood watches and warnings around the region through Friday afternoon.

Transportation officials around the region are closing flooded roads as heavy rains move through early Friday and emergency officials are reporting rescues of motorists stranded in high water.

The Maryland Transit Administration is suspending service on MARC's Brunswick line because of trees on the track.

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8:59 am
Wed February 5, 2014

Delmarvans Brace for Another Snow Storm

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Even as Delawareans dust themselves off after another snow storm the National Weather Service is predicting a bigger snow threat this weekend.

AccuWeather meteorologist Alan Reppert told the Wilmington News Journal that it it could be the worst this winter combining two storms coming in from the Midwest and another from the Southeast.

The National Weather Service says it is still too early to predict the amount of accumulation for this weekend.

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8:36 am
Tue January 21, 2014

Delmarva Braces for Snow Storm (Update)

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The snow is coming.

And Delmarvans are hunkering down with the National Weather Service issuing a winter storm warning until 6 a.m. tomorrow.

At the moment…officials expect a snow accumulation of 4-10 inches especially in Delaware making some roads impassable.

There’s also a wind child advisory for Kent, Sussex, Queen Anne’s and Talbot Counties from 1 to 11 am tomorrow.

Wind child value could reach minus 10…which can cause frostbite and even hypothermia.

On the Lower Shore winds could reach up to 25 mph with gusts as high as 45 mph.

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12:03 pm
Wed June 12, 2013

"Derecho" Storm Heading from Mid-West

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The National Weather Service is warning of a powerful line of gigantic thunderstorms that are rolling out of the Mid-West and are expected to hit Maryland and packing some hail lightning and tree-toppling winds.

They’re called a derecho with winds that could span 240 miles.

The storms are likely to generate tornados and cause power outages followed by oppressive heat.

Meteorologist Mitchell Gaines, National Weather Service:

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11:49 am
Wed April 3, 2013

Red Flag Warning for Queen Anne's and Kent Counties

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The National Weather Service (WBOC) has issued a Red Flag Warning for Queen Anne’s And Kent Counties due to a combination of strong winds, low relative humidity and dry fuels.

Authorities warn this could lead to fires that quickly develop and get out of control.

The warning runs until 8 pm tonight.

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9:31 am
Mon March 18, 2013

Snow Ends in Region (Update)

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WASHINGTON (AP) - The National Weather Service says the snow has stopped in the Washington region, with some areas seeing just a trace of snow and other spots getting more.

The National Weather Service meteorologist Heather Sheffield said Monday afternoon that Reagan National Airport got a trace amount of snow while .8 inches were reported at Washington Dulles International Airport. Prince William County and surrounding counties got about one to two inches.

The weather service says the snow moved out of the area after about 8:30 a.m.

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7:57 am
Tue May 29, 2012

Heat Warning Issued for New Castle County

 The National Weather Service is warning of dangerously hot temperatures this afternoon with a high of 89 and a heat index in the mid-90’s.

For New Castle County there’s an excessive heat warning in effect through 7 pm tonight.

There is also a chance of some thunderstorms by 4 pm this afternoon.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration suggestions range from drinking plenty of water and staying out of the sun to checking up on relatives and neighbors and remaining in an air conditioned room.