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Scott Dance

Writer

Scott Dance writes about the environment and the weather at The Baltimore Sun. He has covered Hurricane Sandy and the 2012 “derecho”, explained particle physics theory, groundwater geology and medical research funding challenges, and revealed gaps in oversight of the state’s doctors. He is a Timonium native, a Hampden resident, and always looking for a good race to run or watch.

Recent Articles

  • Severe storms forecast to bring damaging winds Wednesday in Maryland

    Severe storms forecast to bring damaging winds Wednesday in Maryland

    Severe thunderstorms are possible Wednesday afternoon and could bring damaging wind gusts across central Maryland, meteorologists warned. Storms are likely by mid-afternoon, according to National Weather Service forecasters. A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for the entire Baltimore metro...

  • Maryland Zoo adopts pair of orphaned grizzly bear cubs

    Maryland Zoo adopts pair of orphaned grizzly bear cubs

    The Maryland Zoo's newest residents are a rowdy pair, tackling and pawing at each other, digging up a magnolia and dragging around an old Christmas tree. Two female grizzly bears, orphaned youngsters from the wilderness of Montana, have moved in. They are the first grizzlies ever to live at the...

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