Maryland Weather: Dense Fog Advisory Friday Causes School DelaysA dense fog advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. for much of Maryland.
Maryland Weather: Dense Fog Advisory Thursday Causes School DelaysCecil County Public Schools is on a 2 hour delay for virtual and in-person students with a modified preschool schedule.
Maryland Weather: Dense Fog Advisory Wednesday Causing School Delays Along Eastern ShoreA dense fog advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. for much of Maryland.
Weather Blog: Sunny WednesdaySunny and 80 degrees Wednesday, generally sunny Thursday with another high of 80 degrees. It’s no tougher than that.
Flood Bot Program Uses Social Media To Alert Ellicott City Residents To Potential FloodingFollowing two 1,000-year flooding events in Ellicott City in just the span of two years, more help has been set up to help residents in case of another major flooding event.
Weather Blog: Last Full Day Of SummerMonday is the last full day of Summer! Fall begins at around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Maryland Weather: Fall Like Temperatures Here!Get ready! It's shaping up to be a very fall-like weekend here in Maryland!
Maryland Weather: Heavy Rain Causes Road Closures, Flash Flooding In Parts Of The Region ThursdayA flash flood watch is in effect through this evening.
Clean Up Underway In Edgewater After EF-1 Tornado Touched DownClean up efforts are underway after an EF-1 tornado touched down in Edgewater on Thursday night.
Remnants Of Hurricane Laura Bring Heavy Rain To Maryland Saturday; Severe Storms PossibleMaryland is in for a stormy Saturday.
Weather Blog: Hurricane LauraLaura’s landfall last night was dramatic to say the least.
Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorms Possible Monday, TuesdayWith a chance of thunderstorms into Monday evening, some severe weather may be coming in as well.
Maryland Weather: Severe Thunderstorms Moved Through StateThere is a chance for some severe weather Sunday evening across Maryland.
Maryland Weather: Heavy Rains Could Move Through Wednesday MorningExpect showers and thunderstorms Wednesday morning through lunchtime.
US Cities Could Face Nearly 30 Times More Exposure To Extreme Heat By 2100 Compared To The Early 2000s, Study FindsA new study finds that in the future, the heat risk facing the country's biggest cities could be far greater than previously thought.