It may not be in the forecast right now, but the possibility of a snowstorm is always in the cards when we hit winter.
Unless you have a closet that rivals the size of a small bedroom, the changing of the seasons usually means reorganizing.
Every flu season is different, but it typically begins in early October and November and peaks in December, January or February.
A few months from now, waterfowl will migrate from the north to the Chesapeake to over-winter.
Yes, it’s the end of March and we are still talking about the potential for winter weather.
Some rain and sleet are expected in parts of Maryland. A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted for parts of Western Maryland until 6 p.m.
Spring may officially start on Wednesday, but Mother Nature is reminding us that it’s still officially winter.
You didn’t have to climb very high in western Maryland to get a real taste of winter.
About 130 farmers welcomed the prediction that the brown mamorated stink bug population will not be as invasive this year as it was in 2011.
Spring is right around the corner but there are still plenty of ways to enjoy the last days of winter in and around Baltimore. Whether you are eagerly awaiting the warmer weather, or trying to enjoy the last of the cold, there are plenty of ways to do both.
As we begin the month of March, a new season has begun on the meteorological calendar (to simplify record-keeping, the full calendar months of March, April and May are used. However, as we’ll probably find out here during the next 10 to 15 days, “astronomical winter” is still in control!!!
With numerous fun, inexpensive activities and restaurants in Baltimore that are senior citizen friendly, there’s no reason not to treat grandparents to a day around town. Take the opportunity to learn more about where you come from while enjoying some of the best highlights Baltimore has to offer.