Winter just won’t quit. A triple threat of rain, ice and snow is in Maryland.
Latest models show a cold front is stretched from eastern New York State to central Pennsylvania and into the Ohio Valley. This front will continue to move east and reach the I-95 corridor around sunrise.
Annapolis is opening its city parking garages for residents to park their cars ahead of the winter storm.
It may be March, but we’re not out of the woods just yet. Another winter storm is coming to Maryland.
District of Columbia officials have declared a snow emergency will go into effect early Monday. That means cars parked on snow emergency routes will be ticketed and towed.
Winter just won’t quit. Another storm is moving toward Maryland.
Another blast of winter weather is headed our way.
We are about halfway through with this current polar blast. At least the winds have calmed. Friday will be 25 degrees, 15 degrees by night, but the weekend will be milder.
This winter has put weather front and center for most of us. Now it’s about to come into the sharpest focus ever from space.
These freezing cold temperatures mean a tough time for businesses across the region.
The cold has been just as tough to take as the repeated snowfalls. Even though it wasn’t a ton of snow this morning, commuters certainly felt the impact.
Wednesday morning’s now is, simply put, annoying. It produced 1 to 2 inches only but enough of a glaze to be problematic. The bigger problem will be the return of the cold.