There will be a gradual “stepping down” into a much colder weather pattern in the mid-Atlantic states over the next four or five days, so we really need to EMBRACE Friday’s temperatures which will wind up mostly in the middle and upper 40s.
Maryland health officials say there has been another death caused by cold weather in the past week, this time in Allegany County.
A Maryland family believes nothing short of a miracle saved their dog from certain death in the frigid Maine wilderness.
Public health officials say two more cold-related deaths have been reported in Maryland.
A Maryland family’s dog that went missing on a holiday trip to Maine has been found after surviving more than a week of sub-zero temperatures and severe winter storms.
Another frigid day. Baltimore is still bundling up against the chilly temperatures as the deep freeze settled in across the Northeast.
Backyard rabbit Mr. Bun-Buns has been calling a bathroom home for nearly a week, police K-9s have been relieved of chase duty in deep snow, feral cats got sugar and straw from a lot of good Samaritans and Ormsby, a skinny, toothless, blind and geriatric goat with a tendency to wander has been locked in a barn.
These frigid temperatures are not only dangerous for the human body, they’re also causing problems for drivers on the road.
Frigid temperatures. Maryland is in the middle of another blast of winter weather. This time, we’re facing record cold temperatures. Marylanders are bundling up and bracing for the cold.
Electricity demand has spiked across central and eastern states hit by severe cold, and power grid authorities are asking people to conserve energy when possible.
There were no “Coffee With” or “People Are Talking” segments due to the weather.
Maryland is seeing the coldest day it’s had in years. The temperature was 3 degrees at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport just before 6 a.m. Tuesday with a wind chill of minus 16.