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Tropical Storm Isaias: Monday evening update, projected path, flooding potential in Maryland

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NOTTINGHAM, MD—As of Monday evening, Tropical Storm Isaias continues to make its way toward Maryland.

At 5 p.m., Tropical Storm Isaias was located 90 miles south of Washington, DC and will arrive in the Maryland area on Tuesday morning.  The outer bands are already bringing rain and thunderstorms to portions of Maryland.

Residents can expect flash flooding with 4 to 8 inches of rain on the way.  There will also likely be tree damage with wind gusts 50-70 MPH near and east of I-95, as well as coastal flooding.

A Tropical Storm Warning is now in effect, along with a Coastal Flood Warning and Flash Flood Watch.

Additional updates have been provided by Governor Larry Hogan, Councilman David Marks, MEMA, and BGE.  Additional maps and resources are available below.

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