State public health officials say Maryland has seen its first deaths from hypothermia this season, with five people dying from cold-related conditions in a month.
The Metropolitan Police Department has identified two people whose bodies were found earlier this week in southeast Washington.
Police say they believe the death of a woman whose body was found in a ravine in Annapolis was accidental.
Anne Arundel County police say an autopsy for a woman found dead on a snowy golf course shows signs of hypothermia.
The Baltimore Public Health Department is warning of an increased risk of hypothermia from frigid temperatures.
Baltimore County Police said Wednesday that a man whose body was found behind a Dundalk elementary school died as a result of exposure to the extreme cold.
Public health officials say the state has had its first hypothermia-related death of the season.
State health officials say a second death from hypothermia has been confirmed in Maryland.
State health officials say the first death due to hypothermia has been reported in Frederick County.
With power out and temperatures dropping, keeping warm is more than a comfort issue.