The latest waves of bitterly cold air have arrived in the East and prompted yet another Wind Chill Advisory for Maryland’s northern counties for wind chills 5-15 degrees below zero. The advisory goes into effect at midnight and is set to expire at noon on Wednesday.
Utilities and the Mid-Atlantic region’s electricity grid operator are urging residents to conserve electricity as a wave of frigid cold bears down on the area.
Frostburg State University is remaining closed as another cold snap settles in on western Maryland.
The next surge of bitterly cold air is just a few hours away from arriving in central Maryland.
There’s no escaping the deep freeze. It was another day of bitter cold temperatures.
Maryland continues to feel the lingering effects of the snow and frigid temperatures.
The snow is over, but we’re not out of the woods yet. Frigid temperatures are here to stay.
There are clouds over our area in association with yet another clipper system that is moving over the Great Lakes.
Mother Nature’s hits keep on coming. First a snowstorm, now there are frigid temperatures around the region.
The snow has moved out of Maryland, but the cold and ice are left behind.
Many students throughout Maryland did not have school Wednesday, and you know what that means. It was a great day to go sledding.
The latest winter storm to impact the Eastern region is departing early Wednesday morning, but there are still issues we’ll have to contend with during the next 12-24 hours, which will make our day a little more difficult.