A wintry storm is bringing light snow to far western Maryland and cold rain across other parts of the Mid-Atlantic.
The Ravens are showing how great they are both on and off the field by giving back to those in need.
Winter is coming, and for some people that means seasonal affective disorder.
Use the fall to take preventative steps to ensure your house will weather the winter.
A Baltimore museum dedicated to Edgar Allan Poe is planning to close its doors for the winter and will reopen a changed place.
As summer fires up, how about a change of pace, like winter?
Washington has experienced its warmest winter on record.
Temperatures never did reach 80 degrees at BWI or at the Maryland Science Center Thursday, but it was 82 at Reagan National Airport in D.C. — conversely, both Philadelphia and New York were no higher than the mid 50s. Just a “typical” March day, huh?
Although there’s a “back-door” style cool front that is pressing southward along the East Coast early in the morning, it will probably not have any major impact on our temperature profile Thursday.
Incredible. We all know that it’s been a warm winter, but it’s pretty incredible just how warm it’s been and for how long.
A weakening storm will move our way Monday night into Tuesday. It will pump even warmer air our way ahead of it with a high of 68 degrees Monday.
Insect experts say this year’s warm winter means bugs are getting an early start. University of Maryland entomology professor Mike Raupp says insects are cold-blooded and they come out earlier when there is a warm winter.