Northern Virginia, Maryland, Brianna Berman discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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Staycation through July 30 1st save up to $20,000 toward upgrades on her new home. Visit van meter homes dot com slash summer Dave Tilden w T. O P traffic to NBC for meteorologist Brianna Berman solo of Brianna. This was a dramatic afternoon know for sure. And not over yet. We're still seeing areas of heavy rainfall some thunder in Virginia. We have a severe thunderstorm warning that continues for Calvert Charles ST Mary's counties until 5 30 in Maryland. Washington, D. C. Still under a flash flood warning until 6 30 surrounding neighborhoods under this warning, as well because of the heavy rainfall from storms today that passed through I'm just adding to that say, saturated ground or roads from yesterday's storms and the previous day's as well. We're also looking at a new flood warning. This is for Baltimore, the city of Baltimore until 8 15 as storms have now pushed From Virginia into Maryland, that strong line of storms continuing to see reports of down trees from high wind gust Today, Gus with the storms have been anywhere between 50 and 75. Miles per hour, so we'll continue to keep you updated again. This is impacting Maryland right now, and a severe thunderstorm warning is out for much of northern Maryland and Central Maryland. Right now, on this Wednesday afternoon, tomorrow looks hot. We do have a chance of another round of storms tomorrow afternoon. Looks like just a slight chance on Friday, and we should be dry, sunny and warm. For the weekend. Hillary already thanks, Brianna. That powerhouse line of storms knocked out power, leaving nearly 50,000 customers without service in Northern Virginia, joining us with the latest Peggy Fox with Dominion Energy. Hello, Peggy. Hi, Hilary. How are you doing? I'm good. I have likes now. Yeah, but I was not a failure earlier. So listen, the has happened so fast. Where are the outages, Storms? We have them across northern Virginia. This is widespread damage. Hillary just across literally. It looks like a Christmas tree. When I'm looking at where All the outages are in the Virginia, we have probably the bulk of them.

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