If you plan on traveling this year for Thanksgiving, you could run into some problems Wednesday.
With messy conditions coming, State Highway officials are warning people to change their plans for Thanksgiving travel.
The storm system that has impacted the region over the last few days is finally beginning to move off the east early this morning.
Gonzalo, now a monster category 4 hurricane in the Atlantic, is packing maximum sustained winds around 145 mph as per the 11 a.m. update from the National Hurricane Center.
Considerable clouds will stick around this Wednesday with at least some sunshine.
A very warm and more humid day is in store for most of the Eastern Region this Friday as high pressure currently located near the coast continues to glide slowly out into the Atlantic.
Costly cleanup. This week’s heavy flooding caused loads of damage across the state. Now Maryland’s hardest hit county may have to spend millions just to get its roads up and running again.
Newly formed Hurricane Bertha was churning northward Monday far from land, posing no direct threat to the U.S. East Coast.
Just cut and paste Monday onto Tuesday. The forecast has the same look and feel. Same mention, not an obsession of a late day t-storm.
It’s a stalled front, just down to our south, that is the pain in our barometer.
Massive cleanup across the state after powerful storms rip through Maryland, causing death, destruction and widespread power outages.
Camp catastrophe. A fast-moving storm claimed the life of a 12-year-old boy when trees toppled down onto a group of more than 100 kids heading for shelter at a Carroll County camp. At least eight other kids were injured.