It’s looking more likely El Niño is coming.
The winter storm continues to cause several delays on the roads, in the air and on the railways.
What a storm! The blizzard that pounded New England, dropped up to 40″ of snow in Connecticut, topped out with wind gusts over 80 mph along the Cape and had a central pressure drop to 973.5 mb.
A winter storm is brewing across New England, and Maryland travelers are already affected.
The administration of Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley says it plans to replace Garrett County’s emergency management chief to correct deficiencies revealed by Superstorm Sandy.
Some of Maryland’s federal lawmakers are pressing the Federal Emergency Management Agency to give Garrett County more help in recovering from a blizzard spawned by Superstorm Sandy.
It may not be in the forecast yet, but snow is on the mind of Baltimore City agencies.
A powerful storm combination that socked the Mid-Atlantic from the mountains to the ocean cleared out Wednesday as blue skies replaced drenching rains, mass transit systems resumed full operations and power came back on for thousands of state residents.
Maryland State Police say the eastbound lanes of Interstate 68 in far western Maryland have reopened, but westbound lanes remain closed along a 40-mile stretch due to snow-related problems.
Maryland State Police and highway officials say the westbound lanes of Interstate 68 near Finzel are blocked by tractor-trailers struggling to climb Big Savage Mountain in a blizzard.
With a light snow expected in far Western Maryland Thursday, the time is right for the state to show us its newest weapons to battle this winter’s weather.
The snow we’ve been expecting has arrived.