The National Weather Service has issued a FLASH FLOOD WATCH for Montgomery County until Thursday Evening. In excess of 4" of rainfall may be possible in some areas. Expected heavy rains may have the potential to cause severe and unexpected flash flooding within the next 24 hours.
Flash Floods kill more people every year than any other weather hazard. Do not drive through flooded areas. As little as 2 feet of water can sweep a vehicle off the road. Please stay alert for any warnings.
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Severe Thunderstorm Watch now in effect for area until 10pm. Severe Thunderstorm will move through central Montgomery County over the next hour. Damaging wind, hail, and rainfall of 1" possible.
The National Weather Service has issued a SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING for Montgomery County until 3:30. At 2:47PM EDT, Doppler radar indicated a thunderstorm approaching the County which has intensified past severe limits.
All outdoor activities in the following areas should be postponed until this storm passes.
Locations in the path of this storm include:
Severe Thunderstorms can produce tornadoes with little or no advanced warning. Residents are urged to seek safe shelter indoors until the storm passes and remain alert for any additional warnings. Any resident can report severe weather by replying to this alert, and the public is encouraged to do so.
"I walking inside what appears to be a large complex with stone/concrete staircases/stairways, through various doorways and hallways. I holding my son (3 years old) which is arms draped around my neck for support. While walking, I noticed that some of the occupants to be doll like, plastic-like construction, no specific features detailing the face or body, just very general like features. I also noticed that my son in my arms has been turned into one of these plastic-like dolls. At the same time, my hands have been metamorphosing, parts of my fingers are still organic as well as sections of my palm. I tried very hard to will myself into reversing the metamorphosis and was successful and that's when I noticed that some of thoses plastic, doll-like figures have reverted back, walking and talking. I look down to find my son changed into a furry animal doll. In my mind, I think I may have picked up the wrong 'doll' and I now frantically searched for my son."
That's when the dream ended and changed into a new chapter.
Having seen the movie “The Last Exorcism”, it’s pretty much like watching “The Blair Witch Project” … it doesn’t end well.
I had plan on going to see the midnight showing of "Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D" but after seeing the midnight movie prices, I think I'll just wait till later. The AMC theaters at The Washingtonian Rio is charging $15.00 per ticket while the Regal Theaters in Rockville is charging $14.50. The price for regular day viewing is $13 at the Rio and $12.50 at the Regal. The Rio normally charges $6 for any movie viewing before noon but they're charging $10 instead.
Why are ticket prices for the 3D movie more expensive than the regular filming (2D)? Is this normal practice for 3D viewing versus 2D?
As much as I love watching Milla Jovovich in her returning role of Alice, I'm going to watch it another time when it available on Netflix/RedBox/DirecTV. No way am I going to spend $15/$30 for it.