Dangerous storms strike Maryland. From homes, to highways and the airport, people run for cover.
Maryland utility crews are aggressively preparing for potential outages as a dynamic storm moves through Maryland.
After pummeling the nation’s midsection with heavy snow, a late-winter storm made its way Wednesday to the mid-Atlantic, where residents braced for the possibility of power outages.
The Super Bowl turned into Blackout Sunday.
A combination of snow and strong wind gusts has caused power outages throughout the day in western Maryland.
Nearly four in 10 electricity customers in Maryland’s Garrett County remain without power after more than 30 inches of snow from Superstorm Sandy.
There’s plenty of gasoline in the Northeast — just not at gas stations.
Massive cleanup efforts are still underway days after superstorm Sandy tore through our area. The lights are still off for some as others are picking up the pieces.
Thousands remain without power this hour after superstorm Sandy swept through the area. Over 90% of BGE customers have had their power restored, but most of the others should be back up and running by Friday night.
As Sandy leaves Maryland, more than 111,000 BGE customers have lost power. More than 241,000 of them were restored. Baltimore County has the most outages with more than 42,000 customers in the dark, Baltimore City has more than 9,000 and Anne Arundel County has more than 28,000 people without power.
People in Annapolis are watching the storm closely. It is the wind, not flooding, that crews have spent the days preparing for.
Maryland’s coastal cities are on edge, waiting and watching for Hurricane Sandy. Annapolis is one of those towns.