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Severe Thunderstorms Move Through Parts of Maryland

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    Severe thunderstorms moved through parts of Maryland Monday evening.

    Thunderstorms detected near St. Charles and Waldorf about 5:45 p.m. were moving east at 50 mph and bringing with them the threat of falling trees and branches.

    A severe thunderstorm warning for parts of several counties was issued before 6 p.m. then scaled back to include only Calvert and St. Mary's counties. 

    The warning expired at 7 p.m.

    People in the warned areas were advised to get inside to stay safe from wind and lightning.

    The threat for rain should end after midnight.

     


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