We have a taste of winter weather headed our way.
As a mega snowstorm approaches New England, it’s time to remember what a blizzard did to Baltimore a decade ago.
Snow is falling all over Maryland. Several school systems across the state dismissed students early and canceled afternoon and evening activities.
Another winter storm wreaks havoc across the region. Ice caused trouble on the roads and the big problem is the wind, which knocked out power across the area.
A large winter storm that brought heavy snow and blizzard conditions from Iowa to Wisconsin (near 1.5 feet in Madison, WI) and severe weather, with damaging winds and even a tornado to the Southeast will move toward eastern Canada on Friday.
Since Thursday, we have averaged 36.4 degrees for our high temperature. The normal for this time of year is 41 degrees, and today we soared to 59 degrees!
Truckers are getting a little more help finding a safe spot to ride out severe winter storms.
Potomac Edison says more than 34,000 customers in western Maryland were without power at one point during October’s snowstorm.
The storm that brought all the flooding rain earlier this week is finally gone. Yes, the main low that was driving the whole thing hung back over the Great Lakes this weekend.
Each day is a completely different weather story right now. We go from near record warmth to damaging winds to snow. Yes, I just said (or wrote) snow, and it’s coming our way.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is blasting Pepco for the pace of its efforts to restore power to customers who spent days in the dark after a winter storm.
Pepco says it has restored power to 98 percent of customers who’ve been in the dark since a major snowstorm on Wednesday.