A cold front was expected to drop temperatures back into the 40s and lower 50s for much of Wednesday and bring plenty of sunshine.
Wind gusts could reach as much as 50 mph around the Baltimore region Tuesday night, creating travel hazards and risks of power outages, the National Weather Service warned.
A Texas company could buy Baltimore medical device maker eNeura for $65 million under a deal the companies struck in March.
Baltimore has, on average, spent the first three months of 2015 below the freezing mark, making it the coldest start to any year here on record.
Milder temperatures arrive Monday and are forecast for most of the week, along with chances for some spring rain showers.
When scientists first theorized about black holes, the idea was relatively simple: Their gravitational pull is so strong, nothing can escape them — not even light.
Johns Hopkins Medicine has agreed to collaborate with Chinese company DIAN Diagnostics to spread its pathology lab services across that country.
The National Weather Service on Wednesday morning issued a freezing rain advisory until noon for the Baltimore/Washington area, with accumulations of just over a trace expected.