Mother Nature won’t go quietly. Another round of winter weather rears its head.
Another winter blast is heading toward the Mid-Atlantic region with rain expected to turn into snow and bringing winds and falling temperatures.
An overnight storm brought sustained winds up to 30 mph and gusts up to 60 mph–rattling buildings, toppling trees and shutting off power.
Maryland is in the bullseye for severe t-storm potential Wednesday afternoon and evening.
We’ve had a good deal of sunshine Sunday afternoon, however cooler with a brisk wind compared to what we experienced Saturday.
Maryland’s no good, very bad winter continues with a system passing to our south.
Winter kept its icy hold on much of the country Monday, with snow falling and temperatures dropping as schools and offices closed and people from the South and Mid-Atlantic to Northeast reluctantly waited out another storm indoors.
Winter just won’t quit. A triple threat of rain, ice and snow is in Maryland.
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.
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.
The worst of this week’s snow storm may be over, but now people are dealing with its aftermath.