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The Baltimore Sun

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 Patterson Park resident, and always looking for a good race to run or watch.

Recent Articles

  • Baltimore enters deep freeze that could end with snow

    Baltimore enters deep freeze that could end with snow

    Temperatures fell to 19 degrees early Thursday morning in Baltimore, and they aren't expected to bounce back above the freezing mark until after a snowfall forecast for Monday. Arctic air began to intrude on the eastern United States overnight. Temperatures fell into the teens at Baltimore/Washington...

  • Warm air creates sharp cutoff in snowfall totals

    Warm air creates sharp cutoff in snowfall totals

    Warm air created a sharp divide between rain and snow across the Baltimore region Tuesday, with as much as 6 inches in some parts and nothing but rain in others. More than 6 inches were reported in parts of Carroll County, with 7 inches near Uniontown and 6 inches near Millers, according to the...

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