The Baltimore Orioles’ early-season schedule is a journey into the past, exclusively on East Coast time.
Forecasters say a winter weather system moving toward the East Coast may only bring rain to the Washington and Baltimore areas.
People in Harford County and eastern Baltimore counties will soon see one and later, two new objects in the sky. As Mike Schuh reports, special radar blimps will fly protecting the East Coast from attack.
As one of the year’s busiest travel weekends approaches, so does another visitor: Tropical Storm Arthur, expected to grow into a hurricane by the Fourth of July and hit most harshly at North Carolina’s Outer Banks, a popular getaway spot of thin barrier islands along the shore.
Snow blowers whirred and shovels scraped across sidewalks Wednesday as the Northeast started cleaning up from a winter storm that swirled up the coast, creating blizzard conditions on Cape Cod, disrupting government work in Washington and leaving behind bitter cold that sapped fuel supplies.
It’s Thanksgiving, and for the many people still preparing to travel, road conditions look much better than Wednesday.
Winter weather strokes. The Baltimore area is seeing its first burst of snowflakes just one day ahead of Thanksgiving. This is after heavy rain soaked the area Tuesday and the first part of Wednesday.
A storm that blew through earlier this month might have spurred a rare phenomenon for the East Coast: a tsunami.
Drama at sea. Two Annapolis sea captains are caught in a violent storm off the East Coast.
Social media sites are buzzing with reports of a flash of light streaking across the sky along the East Coast.
Spirit Airlines has announced new budget flights between Las Vegas and the East Coast.
There will be no strike at the Port of Baltimore this weekend. Hundreds of workers threatened the action, which would have had a major impact on one of Maryland’s vital economic engines.