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County asks public to report storm-related financial losses

Anne Arundel County residents and business owners who were financially affected by January's record-breaking snow storm can report their losses to the county's Office of Emergency Management, which is taking a tally of the storm's financial impact. The information, which could include loss of business...

  • DOT: Phase II of Baltimore snow emergency plan, local state of emergency lifted

    DOT: Phase II of Baltimore snow emergency plan, local state of emergency lifted

    The ban on parking along snow emergency routes was lifted at noon today, according to the Baltimore City Department of Transportation. Phase II of the city's snow emergency plan ended a week after historic levels of snow fell in the area. Mayor Rawlings-Blake also ended her declaration of a local...

  • Snow showers moving through Baltimore region

    Snow showers moving through Baltimore region

    Brief but potentially heavy snow showers could leave a coating of fresh powder around the region around midday Friday. Radar showed the showers moving through the Interstate 83 corridor about noon, after having passed through Carroll and Frederick counties. The National Weather Service cautioned...

  • NOAA ranks snowstorm as fourth-worst for Northeast since 1950

    NOAA ranks snowstorm as fourth-worst for Northeast since 1950

    Last weekend's snowstorm was the fourth-biggest to strike the Northeast since 1950, dumping more than 30 inches of snow on 1.5 million people and affecting nearly 103 million people in all, according to government meteorologists. The storm was rated as "crippling," the second-highest category on the...

  • After overnight freeze, ice impacts Baltimore commute

    After overnight freeze, ice impacts Baltimore commute

    Baltimore motorists will encounter slick roads after an overnight refreeze. Accidents were reported on Interstate 95 South and Interstate 895 early Thursday. The weekend's record snowfall melted Tuesday on Baltimore streets as temperatures touched 52 degrees under bright sun. Wednesday night marked...

  • Baltimore region crawls out from snow

    Baltimore region crawls out from snow

    The Baltimore region continues to emerge from its wintry cocoon to find a landscape mounded with snow and pedestrians trudging along roads that narrowed in places to a single traffic lane. Dangerous conditions even on treated roads snarled commutes across the region. Schools planned to remain closed...

  • Mayor: All Baltimore streets to be passable by Friday

    Mayor: All Baltimore streets to be passable by Friday

    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday that she expects all city streets will be passable by Friday. About 85 percent of streets are now passable, she said. Another 5 percent was being worked Wednesday evening. "I know that it is extremely frustrating if your street has not been cleared,"...

  • What does the weekend forecast have in store for Baltimore?

    What does the weekend forecast have in store for Baltimore?

    Aside from the snow already melting on the streets and sidewalks, the Baltimore region should be mostly dry for the rest of the month, forecasters said. Highs are expected in the low 40s until Sunday and Monday, when temperatures could reach 50 degrees, according to the National Weather Service....

  • Baltimore council members criticize city's plan to issue fines during snow clean-up

    Baltimore council members criticize city's plan to issue fines during snow clean-up

    Several members of the Baltimore City Council on Tuesday criticized the Rawlings-Blake administration's plan to begin giving citations to businesses and some homeowners who have not shoveled their sidewalks during the record storm. Baltimore will begin enforcing the sidewalk-clearing ordinance,...

  • Work for some, play for others as Baltimore digs out from snow

    Work for some, play for others as Baltimore digs out from snow

    Baltimore-area schools will remain closed for another day Tuesday as some businesses and government offices reopen and the region emerges from under the weekend's record-breaking snowfall. Gov. Larry Hogan said the state of emergency he declared would remain in effect indefinitely, mainly to allow...

  • Maryland officials to pursue federal disaster aid for snowstorm

    Maryland officials to pursue federal disaster aid for snowstorm

    Maryland officials say they intend to pursue federal disaster assistance after this weekend's snowstorm. Russell Strickland, the director of the Maryland Emergency Management Agency, announced Monday he has sent the letter of intent to seek assistance to federal officials. Gov. Larry Hogan says...

  • Harford hopes to have 85 to 90 percent of roads cleaned once by Monday night

    Harford hopes to have 85 to 90 percent of roads cleaned once by Monday night

    Harford County officials hope to have most of its1,000 miles of roads plowed at least once by the end of the day Monday. "Our outlook today, and we don't want to over-promise, we're trying to be real, but we're hopeful that at least 85 to 90 percent of county roads have at least one pass by the...

  • Maryland likely to remain in state of emergency until Tuesday, at least

    Maryland likely to remain in state of emergency until Tuesday, at least

    Maryland will likely remain in a state of emergency from the weekend's snow until Tuesday morning or later, emergency management agency spokesman Ed McDonough said. The state of emergency merely allows Gov. Larry Hogan to direct the National Guard to assist with snow removal around the state, McDonough...

  • Most Maryland highways clear, ice on ramps remains a concern, officials say

    Most Maryland highways clear, ice on ramps remains a concern, officials say

    The Maryland State Highway Administration had plowed most of the region's highways "down to the pavement" by Monday morning, spokesman Bob Rager said. Crews returned Monday to remove what's left from the shoulder lanes, either pushing it off the side of the highways or removing it with construction...

  • Baltimore City officials detail snow cleanup effort

    Baltimore City officials detail snow cleanup effort

    Baltimore City officials have no estimate for how many city streets have been plowed and how soon they will all be cleared of snow. City officials have not determined a schedule for trash and recycling pick up. Kurt Kocher, a spokesman for the public works department, said curbside trash collection...

  • Maryland transit slowly resuming after historic snowstorm, but with hiccups

    Maryland transit slowly resuming after historic snowstorm, but with hiccups

    After being ground to a halt by the snowstorm, public transit services began to be restored on Tuesday — though not without a few hiccups and not to their full capacity. Officials hoped to reach normal operations by the week's end. The Maryland Transit Administration, for example, began restoring...

  • Battle lines drawn in Mount Vernon snowball fight

    Battle lines drawn in Mount Vernon snowball fight

    Mount Vernon was a neighborhood divided as residents emerged from their dwellings Sunday after the snowstorm and battled for control of the area's central square. On the one side were three-dozen brave defenders lining a makeshift barricade along one side of the park — people like Chloe Elswick...

  • Snowfall continues to stall trains, flights, buses in blizzard's wake

    Snowfall continues to stall trains, flights, buses in blizzard's wake

    Although the snow has stopped falling, the historic storm continues to impact transportation in Greater Baltimore as the region digs out from more than two feet of snow. The historic snowfall continued to create cancellations for airlines, trains and bus routes Sunday, and the effects will likely...

  • Power restored to South Baltimore public housing complex

    Power restored to South Baltimore public housing complex

    Power and heat were restored Sunday afternoon to 80 units in South Baltimore's Westport public housing complex that had gone without service for about 24 hours, officials said. The Housing Authority staff is checking on each of the residents to confirm that the service is working, said agency spokeswoman...

  • Baltimore County digs out of historic blizzard

    Baltimore County digs out of historic blizzard

    With an historic, record-breaking blizzard now out at sea, Baltimore County residents are reminded to take frequent breaks as they shovel snow, and asked to stay off the roads as public works crews continue to clean up. More than 30 inches of snow fell in some parts of the county Friday and Saturday....

  • Baltimore City government offices to close Monday as cleanup continues

    Baltimore City government offices to close Monday as cleanup continues

    Baltimore City government offices would be closed Monday, though essential employees must still come to work unless otherwise notified, officials said Sunday. As snow removal crews are working to clear roads as quickly as possible, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake warned drivers about refreezing...

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Weather Underground Forecast for Sunday, February 07, 2016 An area of low pressure will move east southeastward over the upper Midwest on Sunday, while a warm front brushes across the Pacific Northwest. A low pressure system will shift east southeastward across the upper Mississippi Valley and...

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