The sky will be clearing early Wednesday, and while the snow has long since ended there will be a brisk and chilly wind to contend with most of the day.
After a night and then day of wild winds, we are finally starting to see calmer conditions.
An overnight storm brought sustained winds up to 30 mph and gusts up to 60 mph–rattling buildings, toppling trees and shutting off power.
The wind is causing major problems around our region—it’s even responsible for a building collapse on Cooksey Street.
Maryland is in the bullseye for severe t-storm potential Wednesday afternoon and evening.
High wind is restricting traffic on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Maryland officials say two-way travel is unlikely Wednesday afternoon.
Annapolis is getting ready to host the 18th annual Polar Bear Plunge at Sandy Point State Park.
A Tornado Watch that was in effect for parts of Maryland has been canceled.
Energy company Dominion Resources Inc. said Tuesday it plans to bid on a lease for a vast expanse of ocean off Maryland’s coast set aside for the development of wind farms.
The next surge of bitterly cold air is just a few hours away from arriving in central Maryland.
Maryland moves forward on plans for an offshore wind farm. Friday, lawmakers learned from the energy administration just how close the state is to turning on the turbines.
Maryland continues to feel the lingering effects of the snow and frigid temperatures.