WASHINGTON — Saturday afternoon saw some wild weather roll through the D.C. area.
The day began with another round of brutal heat, with the heat index over 100 degrees. In the afternoon, a round of storms came through the area bringing some damaging winds with them.
There were several trees and power lines knocked down, and one person was injured when a tree fell onto a car on Rt. 340 at Potomac River Crossing near Harpers Ferry.
A second round of storms rumbled through the area around 6 p.m. that brought some severe weather with them. A tornado warning was issued for south central Stafford County, southeastern city of Fredericksburg and northeastern Spotsylvania County.
There’s a chance that another line of storms could roll through the area after 9 p.m.