Mother Nature threatens Maryland with another round of winter weather.
Maryland faces another round of winter weather, one that could bring us the most significant snow of the season. The governor has declared a state of emergency.
Across the state, more than 150,000 people lost power during the ice storm.
Our latest storm system is finally moving out of the region and taking its precipitation with it, but leaving behind icy roadways, bridges, sidewalks, power-lines and trees.
Maryland is now getting a dose of ice and rain.
Power companies say it will be at least Friday before electricity is restored to some of the 125,000 customers affected by a storm that coated parts of Maryland and Delaware with up to a half-inch of ice.
Maryland is bracing for round two of winter weather in as many days.
Officials with Anne Arundel County Public Schools are explaining the decision to open schools on time Friday, despite freezing rain in the forecast.
Freezing rain and ice created problems on area roads during the morning commute.
First, it was snow. Then, it was the bone chilling temperatures. Now, Maryland is bracing for a third round of winter weather.
Maryland got hit with a little more winter weather Tuesday.
Warmer temperatures, rain and elbow grease all helped unlock the first grip of winter. What froze solid overnight softened up enough to clear away in Baltimore.