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Storms cause Flood Warnings across the DMV

The storms could bring winds up to 60 mph and small hail.

WASHINGTON — Severe Thunderstorm Warnings hit much of the DMV Thursday afternoon. The storms brought strong winds, small hail and Flood Warnings to several areas. 

A Yellow Weather Alert has been issued for scattered strong storms and downpours through this evening.

WUSA9 Meteorologists say people should expect scattered strong to severe thunderstorms in the Washington region through 11 p.m. 

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Three trees have fallen in the area of Fordham Roach in Northwest D.C.

The first tree fell on a home in the 4100 block of Fordham Road in Northwest D.C., according to DC Fire and EMS. 

In a tweet Thursday, officials said the people inside the home all made it out and crews are now inspecting the home for any possible structural damage.

Another tree fell on top of at least three homes in the 5100 block of Fordham Roach. 

DC Fire and Rescue says there was no significant damage from the tree and no one was injured.

Crews are also reporting wires have fallen in the area as well. People in the area should treat all fallen wires as if they are live.


Crews from DC Fire and EMS are in the area of the Potomac River near Roosevelt Island. 

Officials said in a tweet that crews with Fireboats three and four are assisting the DC Police Department for kayakers in distress. 


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