This rain should hold off until after trick or treating across the north, but could be in southern Maryland before the witching hour.
The number of homes and businesses still without power on the East Coast after an unusually early snowstorm has dipped below 3 million.
Sharon Gibala reports live from Druid Hill Park for the Maryland Zoo’s annual Zoo Boo event. Plus, Tony Foreman has a taste of pumpkin just in time for Halloween.
Across the state, any signs of fall are completely trumped by signs of winter, even though it’s nearly two months away.
The unusually early snowstorm bringing heavy, wet snow to the East Coast has knocked out power to more than 2.3 million homes and businesses.
An unusually early and powerful nor’easter dumped wet, heavy snow Saturday from the mid-Atlantic to New England. Three deaths are attributed to the storm.
To give you an idea of how rare snow in October is, just one inch at Baltimore/Washington Airport would make this the second snowiest October day ever.
Clouds will take over Wednesday and we may even get a little rain. But there’s a better chance for rain Wednesday night and Thursday as a new storm slowly drags over the state.
A 12-year-battle to close a Howard County animal rescue comes to an end this week. But the neighbors nearby still want the wildlife sanctuary gone.
Temperatures that have been quite mild overnight (at least for the third week in October) are going to hold nearly steady for a while before they start to slowly fall this afternoon.
As the wind dies down overnight, temperatures will drop into the 40s. We will go right back up to near 70 degrees again Sunday but a change will already be in the air.
If you are putting together your to-do list for the October 15th weekend, we have some big festivals happening in the Baltimore area that are sure to please the athlete, the culture-geek, the foodie and everyone who loves autumn.