Labor Day weekend is beginning with a Tropical Storm Warning in Ocean City.
After making landfall last night, Tropical Storm Hermine is slated to head up the East Coast over the next two days. According to the National Weather Service, it is forecast to make its way offshore once it reaches Maryland. The state’s coast is just within “cone of uncertainty,” and areas including St. Mary’s County and Ocean City remained under Tropical Storm Warning.
For Baltimore, the forecast likely means the possibility of heavy rains or winds, but as of Friday the forecast showed a low percentage chance for rain on Saturday and Sunday. By Sunday or Monday, the storm will likely be downgraded below a tropical storm status, but could move back toward the coast.
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