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.
Is it cold enough for ya? A new record low for the date! Just after 6 a.m., we dropped to 4 degrees–SMASHING the old record of 5 that goes all the way back to 1873.
Winter just won’t quit. After a few more inches of snow Monday, we’re in the midst of yet another blast of Arctic air.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Brad Meltzer.
We got through the snowstorm and now we must weather the bitter cold. Before the sun rises, we could break a record.
Marylanders are in the middle of another serious winter hit from Mother Nature.
Last month, Carroll County dealt with an ice storm that knocked out power to nearly half its residents. And that was followed by a winter blast that dumped nearly two feet of snow on the county. This time, residents say it’s really not that bad.
There are dangerous road conditions in Anne Arundel County.
Winter kept its icy hold on much of the country Monday, with snow falling and temperatures dropping as schools and offices closed and people from the South and Mid-Atlantic to Northeast reluctantly waited out another storm indoors.