NOTTINGHAM, MD—Tropical Storm Henri made landfall on Sunday, and it will continue to produce rain in Maryland throughout the day.
Henri made landfall in Rhode Island at around 12:15 p.m. EDT.
While the storm will remain well offshore for Maryland, the National Weather Service says some bands of locally heavier showers may impact northeastern portions of the state through Sunday evening. Isolated flooding will be possible in some areas.
Otherwise, conditions remain humid with increasing temperatures throughout the work week.
Additional information from the National Weather Service can be found below.
Data from an Air Force Reserve reconnaissance aircraft, NWS Doppler weather radars, and surface observations indicate that the center of Tropical Storm Henri made landfall along the coast of Rhode Island near Westerly at approximately 1215 PM EDT this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/FvUxZsBOXo
— NWS Eastern Region (@NWSEastern) August 22, 2021