The major snow that fell Sunday night and early Monday has ended, but the cold air still lingers.
Lingering patches of light snow and flurries can be expected into the afternoon, but the heavier snow has moved on out.
After a night and then day of wild winds, we are finally starting to see calmer conditions.
There will be an extra bite in the air throughout the day thanks to a northerly breeze.
Temperatures in Baltimore have plummeted, breaking a more than 100-year-old record. Tuesday morning, a low of four degrees was recorded at BWI.
Winter just won’t quit. After a few more inches of snow Monday, we’re in the midst of yet another blast of Arctic air.
We got through the snowstorm and now we must weather the bitter cold. Before the sun rises, we could break a record.
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, the folks who put on the Polar Bear Plunge near Annapolis should blush.
Hi, all. Cold is here again. It will be sunny Thursday, but the winds will amp up and wind chills will be, on a real temp of 37, about 19-24. But the best is yet […]
The afternoon will be windy and cold with sunshine at times.
Wednesday morning’s now is, simply put, annoying. It produced 1 to 2 inches only but enough of a glaze to be problematic. The bigger problem will be the return of the cold.
Another blast of winter weather is in Maryland, and it will be followed by more cold temperatures.