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4th of July holiday weekend weather in D.C.

Wed, 01 Jul 2015 16:42:00 EST
Alex Liggitt

We've been receiving plenty of questions already about the holiday weekend and if the weather will pan out for outdoor activities. At this point, we're watching a trough of low pressure and associated frontal boundary settling into the D.C. area to end the work week. This will lead to chance for rain and a few storms Thursday and an additional chance for scattered showers and storms Friday.

Precipitation forecast through Friday evening

While we're not forecasting a washout locally, very heavy rainfall will be expected just south of D.C. If the boundary drifts slightly farther north, heavier rain can be expected through late Friday. For now, we're forecasting a 60% chance for showers and isolated storms Thursday with the heaviest precipitation south. Friday will feature a 50% chance for showers and storms with the best chances south and west.

Fireworks forecast

The 4th of July will continue to have its own chances for showers and storms. The forecast is currently looking at the possibility of a few isolated storms by the afternoon with the best possibility south and west of town. Latest guidance depicts more clouds than sun and isolated showers in the morning hours with some clearing by the afternoon. Temperatures are expected to reach the low to mid 80s.

For the fireworks displays, be sure to keep your phone handy with our Stormwatch 7 App or check Live Doppler radar before heading out so you'll be sure to be dry. If any storms develop our team will be all over them and will let you know where they are, where they're headed and when they'll exit. Don't forget about us on facebook and twitter!

Beach forecast for the weekend

Headed to the beach this weekend? The forecast calls for isolated storms Saturday at the northern beaches and a better chance for rain and storms for Virginia Beach and points south into the Outer Banks. Temperatures should be comfortable in the low to mid 80s. Conditions appear like they will continue to be unsettled on Sunday with a chance for rain and potential storms along the Mid Atlantic coastline.


Severe storms cause power outages, damage across D.C. metro area

Wed, 01 Jul 2015 06:23:54 EST
The Associated Press, Jay Korff, ABC 7 News

WASHINGTON (WJLA/AP) - Many people across the D.C. metro area are waking up without power this morning after strong storms pushed through the region around midnight.

Severe storms brought down trees and power lines throughout the mid-Atlantic region, affecting some roads and rail service.

Transportation agencies around the region reported some roads closed Wednesday morning by downed trees and wires and flooding. Amtrak is warning that service between Washington and Philadelphia is delayed. Maryland's MARC and Virginia's VRE commuter rail services are reporting delays too.

A Girl Scout campout on the White House South Lawn was moved indoors as the storm moved in.

According to Stormwatch 7 meteorologist Eileen Whelan, the highest wind gust recorded via WeatherBug network was 74 mph in Seat Pleasant, Maryland.

Power companies are reporting outages, including a peak of 28,000 customers without power in Maryland. That number fell to about 13,000 by daybreak, with more than half in Prince George's County. In Washington, about 4,000 customers are in the dark. Nearly 7,000 customers are without power in northern Virginia.

The lightning, rain and wind caused a variety of storm-related issues, including a gravel slide in Alexandria that blocked the Eisenhower Avenue Connector between I-495 and Clermont Avenue and left more than 19,000 customers without power early Wednesday morning.

As of 8:16 a.m. Wednesday., the power outage numbers for the D.C. metro area are:

BGE 2,645
Pepco 11,586
Dominion (Northern Virginia)
5,012
SMECO 181
NOVEC 1
Potomac Edison (Md. only)
67
Rappahannock 16

If your power goes out, you can report the outage to your power company by calling these numbers:

BGE 1-877-778-2222
Pepco 1-877-737-2662
Dominion 1-866-DOM-HELP
SMECO 1-877-747-6326
NOVEC 1-888-335-0500
Potomac Edison

1-888-544-4877

Rappahannock

1-800-552-3904

Here's a quick rundown of active storm-related issues as reported by local police, MDOT, VDOT and DDOT.

D.C.:
Tree down, blocks 200 block of Independence Ave Sw
Tree down, blocks southbound lane of 1900 4th St NW
Tree down, blocks 2332 24th St SE
Tree down, 1457 Swan St NW
Tree and wires down, blocks 3609 Albemarle St NW
Traffic lights out, Good Hope Rd and Woodmont Pl SE
Power outage, blocks Alabama Ave Se between 10th Pl and 12th St SE
Wires down, blocks Fox Hall Rd and Cathedral Ave NW
High standing water, blocks South Capitol St and Malcolm X Ave
Tree down, blocks a southbound lane of 2800 block of Wisconsin Ave NW

Virginia - Arlington:
Tree down on a car, 2400 S. Lowell St
Tree down, Washington Blvd and 2nd St S
Tree down, 1400 Columbia Pike

Virginia - Fairfax:
High standing water, blocks Braddock Rd at Landess St

Maryland - Montgomery County:
Storm debris, River Rd at Wilson Ln
Wires down, blocks Piney Branch Rd at University Blvd
Storm debris, Clopper Rd at Mateny Rd

Maryland - Prince George's County:
Tree down, blocks 7408 Edmonston Rd
High standing water, blocks right lane of U.S. 50 westbound after MD-197
Wires down, Columbia Park Rd & Virginia Ave
Tree down, blocks MD-197 at Lyle Ln

 



Photo: National Weather Service confirms 2 EF-1 tornadoes struck southern Maryland

Mon, 29 Jun 2015 08:35:18 EST
The Associated Press

MORGANTOWN, Md. (AP) - The National Weather Service has confirmed that two EF-1 tornadoes touched down in southern Maryland during wild weather that also left flooding in its wake.

The National Weather Service says Saturday's tornadoes, with peak winds of 90 mph, were briefly on the ground at the same time as the "first was nearing its end, and the second was just getting started."

The National Weather Service says the first tornado struck southern Charles County near Morgantown and produced damage along a 2.1-mile path.

The National Weather Service says the second tornado was on the ground for more than a half-hour and scraped a path of more than 16 miles, nearly crossing the width of St. Mary's County.

No one was injured in the tornadoes.


Severe storm leaves damage, cancelled events across metro area

Sat, 27 Jun 2015 20:08:19 EST
Mike Conneen, Rebecca Cooper

WASHINGTON (WJLA) - It's been a tough couple of weeks for many residents across the D.C. region who have faced toppled trees, storm damage and flooding. And Saturday’s incessant rains did not help.

Across the region, a lot of outdoor festivals continued as planned, although some were moved indoors because of the wet weather.

In Alexandria, residents are no strangers to flooding and wet ground. And local wine lovers were not going to let a little rain get between them and their pinot. But as conditions got worse, Alexandria Food and Wine Festival organizers eventually scaled down their event.

Festival organizer Sandrika Berthias said earlier in the day, “If the wind picks up, and I have to cancel, I will cancel. Until then, we will access every 30 minutes.”

Meanwhile, at the Georgetown Waterfront, the wet weather kept the crowds away. Because of the high level and swift current of the Potomac River, the Thompson Boat Center was not renting out kayaks anyway.

Organizers of the National Capital BBQ Battle on Pennsylvania Avenue, NW said they had contingency plans if the weather turned severe. Before the heavy rains, hundreds attended the event.

Event organizer Allen Tubis said, “I think this is the perfect barbeque weather because sometimes in D.C., this time of year, you have heat emergencies and a 110 degree heat index. I think most of us would prefer a little rain over heat.”


Saturday Soaker with Some Severe Storms

Fri, 26 Jun 2015 06:51:00 EST
Eileen Whelan

It's been a wet start to the month of June.  As of this writing, June has received 9.18"  of rain at Reagan National, which is 6.03" over the average for the month!  Get ready to add an additional 1-3" to that total, Saturday.

A strong area of low pressure will develop over the Ohio River Valley, Saturday, bringing heavy rain and possible severe storms to the area.  Here's a look at the surface features forecast for Saturday at 8 PM courtesy of the Weather Prediction Center.

Weather Prediction Center

Rain will move in from west to east Saturday morning.  Here's a look at our simulated radar at 8 AM Saturday. 

Radar simulation at 8AM Saturday

Heavier rain and possible severe storms move in later in the afternoon and evening.  Here's another snapshot of our local futurecast at 8 PM.  Notice the brighter colors, indicating heavier precipitation.

Radar simulation at 8PM Saturday

Rain totals could reach 1-3", so flooding is a concern.  The entire ABC7 viewing area is under a Flash Flood Watch from late tonight through late Saturday night.

Here is another local computer simulation forecasting rainfall accumulations through Sunday morning.  Remember, if you encounter standing water on the roads, turn around, don't drown.
Accumulated Rain Projection through Sunday AM

Along with the threat of flooding, also comes the risk of strong, to severe, storms.  The dynamics with this system will be conducive to gusty winds and an isolated tornado.  The Storm Prediction Center has put our region under the 'Slight' risk category. 

Storm Prediction Center

You'll want to stay weather alert on Saturday.  Stay with ABC7, NewsChannel, and right here at WJLA.com.  If you're on the go, download our free, StormWatch7 weather app.  Live radar, alerts, and more.

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Severe storms cause damage throughout mid-Atlantic region

Wed, 24 Jun 2015 18:28:57 EST


WASHINGTON (AP) - Severe storms caused damage throughout the mid-Atlantic region, downing trees and wires and knocking out cellular phone service and power. A Maryland man died in a weather-related truck accident, and a house in Delaware was heavily damaged by a fire after a lightning strike.

In Maryland, Montgomery County Police say 79-year-old Elmer Froelich Jr. of Poolesville died Tuesday when his pickup truck hit a downed tree in Beallsville after storms swept through. Prince George's County fire officials say lightning sparked a Greenbelt apartment fire that displaced 36 people.

The Delaware State Fire Marshal's office said a lightning strike caused a fire Wednesday night in a house in Newark. No one was hurt. Damage was estimated at $200,000.

Officials in Maryland and Delaware warned Wednesday morning that some Verizon cellphone users were getting busy signals when they called 911, other landlines and non-Verizon cellphone numbers. They suggested using a landline in an emergency. A spokeswoman with the Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security said Wednesday afternoon that cellphone service had been restored.

Power companies reported widespread outages, including 90,000 customers without power in Maryland on Tuesday night. That number declined to about 16,000 by early Wednesday afternoon. In Delaware, more than 15,000 customers were without power.

Campground bathhouses were damaged at two Maryland state parks. Lightning caused a fire that damaged a bathhouse at Rocky Gap State Park near Cumberland, and a fallen tree damaged a bathhouse at Smallwood State Park near Marbury, the Department of Natural Resources said. No one was hurt in either incident.


Photos: Massive hail storm hits Maryland

Tue, 23 Jun 2015 18:54:48 EST


HUMIDOUR, Md. ( WJLA) - A massive hail storm hit the Maryland area prompting residents to send in stunning photos from their communities.

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Severe weather hits D.C. area, numerous power outages reported

Tue, 23 Jun 2015 17:11:26 EST


WASHINGTON (AP/WJLA) - Severe storms caused damage throughout the mid-Atlantic region, downing trees and wires and leaving tens of thousands of people in the dark.

In Maryland, Montgomery County Police say a 79-year-old man died Tuesday night after his pickup truck hit a downed tree in Beallsville after storms swept through. Prince George's County fire officials say lightning sparked a Greenbelt apartment fire that displaced 36 people.

Amtrak cited severe weather as it suspended service between Philadelphia and Washington for about two hours Tuesday.

Power companies reported widespread outages, including 90,000 customers without power in Maryland on Tuesday night. That number fell to about 17,800 by daybreak Wednesday.

In Delaware, more than 17,600 customers are without power Wednesday and New Castle County officials are warning of mobile phone service problems.

As of 8:10 a.m. WEDNESDAY., the power outage numbers for the D.C. metro area are:

BGE 3,790
Pepco 265
Dominion (Northern Virginia)
6,698
SMECO 231
NOVEC 18
Potomac Edison (Md. only)
3,192
Rappahannock <5

If your power goes out, you can report the outage to your power company by calling these numbers:

BGE 1-877-778-2222
Pepco 1-877-737-2662
Dominion 1-866-DOM-HELP
SMECO 1-877-747-6326
NOVEC 1-888-335-0500
Potomac Edison

1-888-544-4877

Rappahannock

1-800-552-3904

 


Maryland opens several cooling centers for residents to help combat extreme heat

Tue, 23 Jun 2015 13:41:33 EST


WALDORF, Md. (WJLA) - A Heat Advisory is in effect from 1 p.m. until 7 p.m. for the D.C. metro and all along the I-95 corridor Tuesday.

All residents are advised to take additional precautions if you work or spend time outside. Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when possible and drink plenty of water.

Several public buildings in Maryland will be open for us as cooling centers for resident, including:

Capital Clubhouse - 3033 Waldorf Market Place, Waldorf
Hours: 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Richard R. Clark Senior Center - 1210 Charles Street, La Plata
Hours: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Nanjemoy Community Center - 4375 Port Tobacco Road, Nanjemoy
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Charles County Public Libraries
La Plata Branch - 2 Garrett Avenue, La Plata
P.D. Brown Memorial Branch -  50 Village Street, Waldorf
Potomac Branch - 3225 Ruth B. Swan Drive, Indian Head
Waldorf West Library - 10405 O'Donnell Place, Waldorf
Hours for all branches: 9 a.m. - 8 p.m

Outdoor Pools
La Plata High School - 6035 Radio Station Road, La Plata
Thomas Stone High School - 3785 Leonardtown Road, Waldorf
Hours: Noon - 8 p.m.

McDonough High School - 7165 Marshall Corner Road, Pomfret
Hours: Noon - 8 p.m.

Indoor Pools
Hours: Noon- 5 p.m.
Donald M. Wade Aquatic Center at St. Charles High School, 5305 Piney Church Road, Waldorf
North Point High School, 2500 Davis Road, Waldorf

Lackey High School - 3000 Chicamuxen Rd, Indian Head
Hours: Noon - 8 p.m.

The Anne Arundel County Department of Aging will open the following cooling centers from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
o Arnold Senior Center, 44 Church Rd, Arnold
o Annapolis Senior Center, 119 South Villa Avenue, Annapolis
o Brooklyn Park Senior Activity Center, 202 Hammonds Lane, Brooklyn Park
o O'Malley Senior Center, 1275 Odenton Road, Odenton
o Pasadena Senior Center, 4103 Mountain Road, Pasadena
o Pascal Senior Center, 125 Dorsey Road, Glen Burnie
o South County Senior Center, 27 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater
Anne Arundel County Public Libraries will be open 9 am to 9 pm:
o Annapolis Area Library: 1410 West Street, Annapolis
o Broadneck Community Library: 1275 Green Holly Drive, Annapolis
o Brooklyn Park Community Library: 1 East 11th Avenue, Baltimore
o Crofton Community Library: 1681 Riedel Road, Crofton
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o Deale Community Library: 5940 Deale-Churchton Road, Deale
o Eastport-Annapolis Neck Community Library: 269 Hillsmere Drive, Annapolis
o Edgewater Community Library: 25 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater
o Linthicum Community Library: 400 Shipley Road, Linthicum
o Maryland City at Russett Community Library: 3501 Russett Common, Laurel
o Mountain Road Community Library: 4730 Mountain Road, Pasadena
o North County Area Library: 1010 Eastway, Glen Burnie
o Riviera Beach Community Library: 1130 Duvall Highway, Pasadena
o Severn Community Library: 2624 Annapolis Road, Severn
o Severna Park Community Library: 45 West McKinsey Road, Severna Park
o West County Area Library: 1325 Annapolis Road, Odenton
The Anne Arundel County Police will make the Community Rooms at the following Precincts
available for 24 hours or until high heat conditions no longer exist.

o Northern District, 939 Hammonds Lane, Baltimore
o Eastern District, 204 Pasadena Road, Pasadena (new location)
o Western District, 8273 Telegraph Road, Odenton
o Southern District, 35 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater
Residents requiring transportation to any cooling center should contact the Department of Aging
and Disabilities during normal business hours at 410-222-0022.
All centers are accessible, air-conditioned and have water and restroom facilities. Medical care is
not available and anyone experiencing or observing a medical emergency should call 911. Pets
are not allowed in any cooling centers. Accommodations will be made for service animals


Weather service confirms tornado in Frederick County

Tue, 23 Jun 2015 11:19:21 EST


FREDERICK, Md. (AP) - The National Weather Service is confirming that a small tornado struck southern Frederick County on Saturday. No injuries were reported from the storm.

The agency said Monday night that the twister was an EF-0 tornado with a maximum wind speed of 65 mph. Its path was 1.5 miles long and up 75 yards wide.

The weather service says the tornado touched down at 7:39 p.m. in far southern Frederick County near the intersection of state routes 28 and 85.

The agency says high winds snapped a large tree at the base, broke large limbs on other trees and pushed over a mailbox.


Tips for beating the heat

Mon, 22 Jun 2015 19:31:26 EST


WASHINGTON (WJLA) -- With temperatures expected in the upper 90's on Tuesday federal and local agencies are making preparations to beat the heat. When the temperature rises to 95 degrees in D.C. the Heat Emergency Plan goes into effect. That plan provides plenty of options for people looking to cool off.

On a hot day spray parks are in high demand in the district and a good way to find comfort in stifling weather.

"I have a fan to take out the heat,” Kathleen Gant said. “That's the way I cool off."

"Stay in the air conditioning,” Hunter Reiser recommended.

The D.C. government has some other options: cooling centers located throughout the city. You'll find them in government buildings, homeless shelters, senior citizen centers and libraries.

"What can you do? You try your best, stay in the air conditioning and stay hydrated,” Firas Ido tells ABC7.

Health officials say increasing water intake is crucial when the weather is hot. Drink plenty of fluids and don't wait until you’re thirsty. Avoid alcohol, caffeine or overly sweet drinks. Wear loose, light weight, light-colored clothes. Don't leave your pets in the car, and if you must exercise outside, do it in the morning or evening when it's cooler.

For more information about the cooling center locations and transportation services to and from those centers click here.


Washington D.C. Weather: record warm June underway

Mon, 22 Jun 2015 09:54:00 EST


We’re just two-thirds of the way through the month, and D.C. is already in the number 6 position for warmest Junes in the record books! Ten of the last 21 days have been in the 90s, making our average monthly temperature 78.0 degrees. That’s almost 4° above normal. According to National Climatic Data Center records in Washington, D.C. dating back to 1871, there are only 5 instances in which we were warmer. Keep in mind that those records include a full 30 days and here we are pushing the top five with eight more days to go!

Warmest Junes in DC since 1871

I am confident that today, the 22nd, we will continue this well above average trend, easily breaking the 90 degree mark. Tomorrow will be even hotter and there is a chance that we could set new all-time daily record highs. We are forecasting mid 90s with the record at Reagan National of 98° and at Dulles of 96° both set back in 1988.

A cold front will drop the heat and humidity by mid-week with upper 80s replacing the current 90s but we will still remain slightly, above the average of 86/87 through Friday. The weekend will then bring our first below-average set of days. Looking at the Climate Prediction Centers outlook for the remainder of the month, we have equal chances of above or below average temperatures which likely means no more extremes. However, the numbers thus far speak for themselves and I certainly will remember this month as a toasty one. But before you start to complain about the recent spate of high heat, let’s not forget about the well below average winter we just experienced. The month of February was nearly 9 degrees below average temperatures.

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