After some wild weather last week, isolated thunderstorms are moving through the area Tuesday.
A severe thunderstorm warning and flash flood warning are in effect for parts of Frederick County. Damaging winds higher than 60 mph are expected.
A severe thunderstorm warning also is in effect for parts of Loudoun County.
The Frederick County warnings are in effect until 10:45 p.m. The Loudoun County warning is in effect until 10:15 p.m.
A severe thunderstorm watch stretching from Baltimore deep into Virginia was canceled, but isolated storms are possible through the evening.
The biggest risk with these storms is damaging winds with a low to moderate risk of hail and heavy showers. Isolated flooding is also possible.
Wedensday will be another hot day with a smaller chance for storms.
Thursday and Friday will bring more chances for storms.
Saturday, the Fourth of July, is looking good for outdoor activities, with no storms likely and a high of 84.