Maryland is seeing the coldest day it’s had in years. The temperature was 3 degrees at Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport just before 6 a.m. Tuesday with a wind chill of minus 16.
First, it was snow. Then, it was the bone chilling temperatures. Now, Maryland is bracing for even more and even worse cold temperatures.
A winter storm dumped snow from the Midwest to New England and brought along teeth-chattering temperatures that were blamed for at least 16 deaths. Freezing temperatures with below-zero wind chills in some places complicated life for residents from Minnesota to Maine and more cold blasts were in the forecast for the weekend and Monday.
The area around the nation’s capital is bracing for what could be the coldest temperatures in 20 years.
Maryland could see the first snowfall of 2014 with accumulations between two and four inches in the Baltimore area.
For a third time this week, Maryland sees winter weather.
Highway officials are treating roads in western Maryland in anticipation of a possible winter storm that could affect parts of the state.
Another round of winter weather is heading into Maryland.
For many of the mid-Atlantic states, especially Maryland, Delaware and northern Va., Tuesday marked our second disruptive snowfall in just three days.
BGE has restored electricity to hundreds of customers in Carroll County. But new outages are possible as temperatures drop and refreezing begins.
Maryland got hit with a little more winter weather Tuesday.
Road crews are preparing for Maryland’s second round of winter weather.