Alex Demetrick reports on how the sudden onset of cold weather is potentially lethal for sea turtles.
Baltimore has shattered a record set in 1936!
A new record breaking cold is griping Maryland and the same system responsible for that is dumping several feet of snow farther north.
Historic below average temperatures during November are causing problems with car batteries.
We could see record low temperatures early Wednesday morning.
It’s going to be cold today with wind chills at 18 to 21 mph.
As winter weather arrives, so do water main woes. Last year’s freezing temperatures brought on a record number of breaks.
The chill is here and the world didn’t come to an end.
Mild air will stick around for another 24 hours, then we will really see changes coming.
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.