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Numerous warnings in effect, and Bonnie

Jason Samenow @ 8:12 PM

A flood warning is in effect until 12:30am for most of the area.

Prince Georges County is under a severe thunderstorm warning now (until 10:15pm).

Anne Arundel County is under a tornado warning now (until 9:45pm).

Warnings by category for the region can be obtained here.

Much of this severe weather is a result of a strong front to our west coupled with a surge of tropical moisture from the south.

What about Bonnie...? She has been downgraded to a tropical depression and is presently over the state of South Carolina, racing to the northeast. What will she mean for us...? A continuation of rain overnight, with some of it heavy. Many areas have already received nearly two inches of rain. For totals from the 4Winds AWS network, click here. An additional 1-2 inches of rain is possible as Bonnie moves through.

If you can't get enough Bonnie/flood coverage, here are some other links/places to check out (they may also provide info on Charley):

Flash Flood Warning Issued for Metro Area
Weatherguide Blog coverage

If you're waiting for Charley coverage, I'll be providing in depth coverage in my next post to be posted late tonight.

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