In this Baltimore CBS (WJZ) story, Kevin Mullinary of Davey's South Baltimore, Maryland, office describes how the summer's many flash floods are affecting trees. He shares what you should do immediately after the storm and what to watch for in the long-term.
Posted: August 14, 2018
Under sunny skies, sidewalks are still littered and cars are trapped 24 hours after storms swept over the state.
In Baltimore, the latest soaking Monday brought more flooding on Loch Raven Boulevard at Walker Avenue.
Cellphone video captured a woman voicing what a lot of people were probably thinking: Here we go again.
Watch the video below, or click here to keep reading.