First comes snow, then comes salt. But unlike snow, that salt doesn’t go away.
It’s been one winter blast after another this season and tens of millions in unexpected costs for the state. Maryland’s already spent twice its snow budget–and that’s bad news for taxpayers.
The snow plows and salt trucks are working hard as Maryland is hit with yet another winter storm.
The first major storm of the new year is underway, with more than 100 million Americans impacted. In Maryland, there is significant snowfall in some places, with snow emergency plans in effect in several counties.
The American Heart Association recently revealed its findings from new sodium studies.
Our area was right on the freeze line of Monday’s storm. A few degrees either way was the difference between rain or snow.
The Maryland State Highway Administration is asking drivers to take precautions in light of an anticipated snowstorm Saturday.
Salt is a great natural cleaner that is available in nearly every household.
Those that count on the snow to pad their paychecks are disappointed with this winter.
This winter’s unusually mild weather bodes well for taxpayers and local government, who stand to save a fair amount of money so long as temperatures stay high and snowplows stay parked.
Yes, it’s been cold lately with even lower temperatures predicted for Thursday night. But one thing has been missing so far this winter– snow.
It’s another round of winter weather. The worry this time isn’t snow. It’s ice and that means area crews are approaching things a bit differently.