The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has us in a slight risk for severe weather today with the primary threats being damaging wind gusts and large hail but an isolated tornado can't be ruled out.
The strong to severe storms will roll in this afternoon around 3pm.
The potential for severe weather isn't going away any time soon. Strong to severe storms are also possible tomorrow and Thursday. The primary threats on Thursday will be damaging wind gusts and hail. The SPC has us in a marginal risk which is the lowest on a scale of 1-5, instead of a slight risk on both days.
Anne Arundel, Talbot and Caroline county, right now, are the only counties under the risk for severe thunderstorms on Wednesday (tomorrow). Storms will arrive early around 4 a.m. tomorrow. There will be dry time by tomorrow afternoon.
Change occurs on Thursday with the entire viewing area under a marginal risk.
Thursday morning between 8 and 9 into the early afternoon, another round of storms will push through.
Keep your eye to the sky, when thunder roars go indoors, be safe and stay tuned!