Baltimore, MD - Apr. 11, 2024  - A storm system is expected to move into Maryland on Thursday afternoon, bringing rain, thunderstorms, damaging winds and a chance for an isolated tornado.

The region is under a hazardous weather outlook, according to the National Weather Service. The alert affects areas including the Chesapeake Bay, Tidal Potomac River, and the I-95 corridor through central Maryland, northern Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

According to the latest forecast, showers will likely start around 3 p.m. Thursday. Thunderstorms are possible overnight into Friday, and winds at times are predicted to reach 30 mph.

As the storms move through the region, an isolated tornado is possible Thursday night while heavy rainfall from thunderstorms may lead to isolated instances of flooding.... Read More: Pikesville Patch