Welcome to the last full day of winter.
The major snow that fell Sunday night and early Monday has ended, but the cold air still lingers.
Another school day, another snow day. Kids are happy, parents are frustrated and Maryland school districts are scrambling, trying to figure out how to make up days lost to bad weather.
The National Weather Service says a winter storm is breaking snowfall records around the nation’s capital.
With just days to go until the start of spring, Marylanders are dealing with another round of winter weather.
Rain Tuesday and Wednesday will wash this stuff away, and it will get nice and mild Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Metro is suspending its paratransit service for disabled riders and will have detours on some bus routes due to the winter storm moving through the area.
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.
Spring is less than 12 days away, and most of us are ready for an end to cold and the snow.
Maryland utility regulators say the high cost of heating homes and businesses during this long, cold winter may put more customers at risk of being shut off after March 31.
Temperatures in Baltimore have plummeted, breaking a more than 100-year-old record. Tuesday morning, a low of four degrees was recorded at BWI.