Our area was right on the freeze line of Monday’s storm. A few degrees either way was the difference between rain or snow.
Yes, it’s officially spring, the end of March, and we are getting our biggest snow of the season in some places. Now that’s not saying much when the highest amount at BWI-Marshall prior to Monday was 2″. So far, 2.1″ of snow has been reported at the aiport with a little more still possible. That will also bring our seasonal total closer to 7″ (4.8″ going into Monday).
It will “feel like” it’s in the 30s in most places Thursday afternoon, even though the sun will be out.
Spring may officially start on Wednesday, but Mother Nature is reminding us that it’s still officially winter.
Spring is almost here and there is no better way to enjoy the beauty of the season than by experiencing the various blooms featured in and around Baltimore. Local gardens, conservatories and arboretums offer an endless variety of plants and flowers for your viewing pleasure. After a long winter, spring flowers are the perfect way to add a little pop of color to your day.
Spring allergy season is again off to an early start.
There will try to be one last hurrah late Thursday and Friday morning as a separate piece of energy swings down behind the storm and perhaps causes a few rain and snow showers.
Spring is right around the corner but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the last days of winter in and around Baltimore. Whether you are eagerly awaiting the warmer weather, or trying to enjoy the last of the cold, there are plenty of ways to do both.
As we begin the month of March, a new season has begun on the meteorological calendar (to simplify record-keeping, the full calendar months of March, April and May are used. However, as we’ll probably find out here during the next 10 to 15 days, “astronomical winter” is still in control!!!
Sunshine is breaking out of the clouds and temperatures are jumping big time.
Four months and a day after their first postseason appearance in 14 years, the Baltimore Orioles got a head start on preparing to try for another run into October.
It’s Baltimore’s annual rite of spring. FlowerMart is in full bloom in Charm City.