Annapolis is opening its city parking garages for residents to park their cars ahead of the winter storm.
It may be March, but we’re not out of the woods just yet. Another winter storm is coming to Maryland.
We’ll benefit from some relief from the arctic chill Saturday.
The cold has been just as tough to take as the repeated snowfalls. Even though it wasn’t a ton of snow this morning, commuters certainly felt the impact.
Wednesday morning’s now is, simply put, annoying. It produced 1 to 2 inches only but enough of a glaze to be problematic. The bigger problem will be the return of the cold.
The polar vortex is bad news for stink bugs.
Flurries Tuesday morning, a light overnight snow, of only an inch or so, on the way.
Winter is back and it will be impacting Maryland with cold temperature and a few chances for intermittent snowfall in the near-term.
First comes snow, then comes salt. But unlike snow, that salt doesn’t go away.
While much of Maryland is enjoying a bit of a winter thaw, others are still praying for more snow.
Thursday will be another mild day. Wednesday, we did get up to 57 degrees. Thursday’s forecast high is 50, but I can see it warmer if we don’t cloud up too soon.
We’ve pretty much seen it all this winter: snow, sleet, rain and now thunder and lightning. That’s right. As the rain fell Wednesday morning, a lightning strike startled some in Carroll County.