Spring is here. Finally! Not to be a buzz kill, but we still could be looking at “foul” weather Tuesday night and into Wednesday, but let’s concentrate on the current.
Welcome to the last full day of winter.
Spring training is in full swing. So get ready for opening day with the E.S.P. Spring Training Guide, full of the tools, trappings and tickets you need to keep your hitting streak going straight until fall.
Rain Tuesday and Wednesday will wash this stuff away, and it will get nice and mild Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
It could actually be warm!
Washington’s famous cherry blossom trees are expected to bring the first sure sign of spring between April 8 and 12, when they’re predicted to reach peak bloom.
Baltimore Orioles pitchers and catchers took the field late Friday morning, and even though it’s something Buck Showalter has been through countless times before, every year it’s special for him.
Groundhog Day is coming up, but residents of the nation’s capital don’t have to turn to Pennsylvania’s Punxsutawney Phil to learn whether there’ll be six more weeks of winter. Washington residents have their own winter prognosticator, Potomac Phil.
What better way to enjoy nature’s bounty than to combine fresh produce into a beautifully created salad recipe this summer, full of wonderful flavors, scents and nutrients, while helping maintain a well balanced diet.
Baltimore is set to hold events throughout the weekend to honor all U.S. soldiers. Take the time to attend and remember these heroes.
The first front will slide eastward today and ahead of it we will have plenty of clouds and a couple of rounds of showers and a thunderstorm. Much like we saw last evening and overnight, the rain can be occasionally heavy with a moisture laden atmosphere.
While it’s always nice to get dressed up and take mom out to brunch on Mother’s Day, gathering the family and battling for reservations can be a pain. Stay at home and whip up a brunch of your own with recipes from two of Baltimore’s best chefs.