A publicly funded homeless shelter in Frederick is switching to year-round operation after 12 years as a cold weather shelter.
The unrelenting cold weather is delaying the start of boating season at two reservoirs.
Public health officials say two more cold-related deaths have been reported in Maryland.
Maryland has survived the coldest day it’s seen in years. Temperatures are still below freezing, but warmer days are coming.
Carroll County has opened its cold weather shelter for the season.
The cold really settled in Sunday. We only topped out at 32 degrees with the wind chill hanging in the teens most of the afternoon. The gusty winds are going to continue Sunday night. So while temperatures drop to the teens, the wind chill will be in the single digits.
Hello January, hello winter.
Not much to discuss over the next few days thanks to a large area of high pressure overhead. As such, expect a good deal of sunshine today and for the beginning of the upcoming work week, though some high cirrus may appear tomorrow afternoon and evening as a weak upper-level disturbance slides across the region.
Snow is falling this morning across the viewing area as a weak upper-level disturbance slides eastward. The snow will come to an end late this morning and by the time all is said and done most locations will have received an inch or so of snow on grassy surfaces.
After two days of bitter cold, the frigid temperatures are creating havoc in Maryland.