As we round out 2011, temperatures continue to run above average. We topped out at 52 degrees today and are going right back into the 50s again Saturday and Sunday.
The Baltimore Ravens appear to be at their best offensively when quarterback Joe Flacco spends most of the game handing off the football instead of dropping back to throw.
The latest mild surge of air in the Eastern Region pushed most temperatures well into the 50s Sunday afternoon. And, it looks like we’ll manage to squeeze two more warm days out of this pattern — and, of course, we mean “warm by early-December’s standards.” Assuming the guidance is “on the right track”, most temperatures during each of the next two days will be in the 60s.
“The Trumpet,” a newsletter that has heralded Smithsburg’s news for 25 years, is publishing its last print issue and moving online.
This year’s Military Bowl will played on Dec. 28 and will feature Navy against a team from the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Prince George’s County Police have arrested a suspect in the slaying last month of a Laurel man.
There’s a lot of sunshine out there today, but it’s doing little to warm us up. We started out the day in the 20s and will only top out near 40 degrees. When you factor in the northwest breeze, it will feel 5-10 degrees lower than the actual air temperature.