A seal that normally makes its home in the waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans made its way to the Baltimore area this week.
A rather weak short wave moving through the Northeast has produced plenty of clouds across the region Thursday morning.
Regardless of the clouds and wet weather, most temperatures are headed for the 50s this afternoon, and then the rain should come to an abrupt end (wrapping from southwest to northeast) either late this afternoon or early tonight.
Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources says hunters can look forward to large numbers of Canada geese this fall.
With sunshine, we warmed all the way up to 71 degrees this afternoon! That is just a few degrees shy of the 80 degree record and way above the average of 59 degrees.
Maryland’s striped bass population is rebounding, according to new survey results released by state fisheries scientists.
On the surface weather map this morning we have strong high pressure centered across upstate New York delivering plenty of dry, cool low level air.
Maryland officials say Assateague State Park is closing because of Hurricane Irene.
A Chesapeake Bay Foundation scientist says the approach of Hurricane Irene highlights the importance of controlling stormwater runoff in the watershed.
A former Navy destroyer will get a new purpose as an artificial reef off the coast of the Eastern U.S. Officials say the 563-foot Arthur W. Radford will be the longest vessel ever sunk as an artificial reef in the Atlantic Ocean.
U.S. government forecasters say the rest of the Atlantic hurricane season is likely to be busy, with an above-average number of storms.
He’s a homegrown sailor who took on an around-the-world challenge. Ryan Breymaier fell in love with sailing in Annapolis and is now living a life on the water.