AccuWeather Blames National Weather Service For Bogus Tsunami WarningA routine National Weather Service test on Tuesday resulted in a false push notification to mobile phones about a tsunami warning.
An Opportunity For Students To Volunteer For the National Weather ServiceIf you are a college student who is looking for experience in meteorology, the National Weather Service is now accepting applications for volunteer college students for the summer of 2018.
Black Ice Creates School Delays, Commuting TroublesRoads were slippery and many school systems had delayed openings Tuesday after a wintry mix of freezing rain and sleet moved across the region Monday.
Slippery Roads Expected Tuesday MorningWhen people get on the roads Tuesday morning, they will not have to worry about snow or temperatures below 20 degrees.
Slick Spots Expected Tuesday Morning; Some Schools Closed or DelayedCommuting Tuesday morning may be hazardous as precipitation is expected to freeze during the overnight hours.
Black Ice Making For Dangerous Roads, SidewalksFreezing rain and sleet covered the Maryland area Monday afternoon and evening, arriving just in time to cause hazardous conditions for commuters.
Powerful Nor'easter Will Hit Md., State Of Emergency For Eastern ShoreA Blizzard Warning will be in effect for parts of Maryland's eastern shore.
Snow, Icy Roads Could Impact Friday Evening CommuteA coating of snow across the Baltimore area Friday afternoon could make for a difficult commute.
Snow To Impact Thursday Morning CommuteThe National Weather Service is warning commuters to give themselves a little extra cushion Thursday morning due to snowfall.
Confirmed Tornado Touched Down In MarylandThe National Weather Service confirmed a tornado touched down in Maryland.
FIRST WARNING WX: How Will Hurricane Matthew Impact Baltimore?The First Warning Weather team continues to monitor any possible affects from the storm as it nears the Baltimore area.
First Warning WX: Tropical Depression Could Bring Large Swells Along CoastThe system is expected to curve out to sea before reaching the North Carolina coast, but the Outer Banks of North Carolina should monitor the progress of the depression as the system could strengthen to a tropical storm.