The Baltimore Public Health Department is warning of an increased risk of hypothermia from frigid temperatures.
Baltimore city officials have activated a program to offer additional services to the homeless due to an expected drop in temperatures.
Baltimore city officials say they are lowering the temperature needed for the city to offer additional services for the homeless during the winter.
It’s not your average January. A deep freeze has temperatures well below average.
Because of predicted extreme cold temperatures and the potential danger to health, Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot is declaring a Code Blue cold weather alert Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010.