Annapolis has already reached a "tipping point" with more than 30 nuisance flooding events per year, and Baltimore is expected to surpass that total by 2020, according to a NOAA study published Thursday.
Though the globe is expected to have its warmest year on record, in Baltimore, 2014 is pacing to be the coldest year since at least 2003, if not 1996.
Wind chills in are forecast in the 30s most of the day Thursday as seasonable cold returns.
About a week after being admitted to the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, a health care worker exposed to Ebola in Sierra Leone has not tested positive for the virus, officials said Wednesday.
What looked like a substantial storm a few days ago is looking more like it will bring just light showers or a wintry mix Saturday night, according to weather forecasters.
Cold temperatures were a factor in five deaths across Maryland this month, and health officials are urging the elderly and other vulnerable populations to be wary of hypothermia and other cold-related illnesses this winter.