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Warm weekend weather awaits after three days of rain in Baltimore

Umbrellas and rain boots will give way to sun screen as the week progresses. The forecast for Baltimore starts with plenty of rain to start the week, but the reward is some clearer weather and high temperatures for the weekend. There is a 100 percent chance of rain Monday evening through Tuesday...

  • 2 D.C. buildings damaged as rough weather moves through

    2 D.C. buildings damaged as rough weather moves through

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Officials in Washington are responding after two buildings sustained roof damage as severe weather moved through the area on Thursday. Authorities were called to Gonzaga College High School near Union Station and to an apartment building in the city's southeast quadrant, DC Fire...

  • Below-normal hurricane season forecast as El Niño returns

    Below-normal hurricane season forecast as El Niño returns

    Meteorologists are forecasting a below-normal hurricane season thanks to the expected return of the climate phenomenon known as El Niño. Forecasters at the Tropical Meteorology Project at Colorado State University predict about 11 named storms, four of them becoming hurricanes. AccuWeather meteorologists...

  • Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Baltimore region

    Severe thunderstorm watch issued for Baltimore region

    Some storms moving through the Baltimore region could bring severe winds, large hail and dangerous lightning and could possibly spawn isolated tornadoes, the National Weather Service warned. The region is under a severe storm watch through 5 p.m. The highest risk of severe weather is expected to...

  • Learn to be a weather spotter at upcoming classes in Glen Burnie, Ellicott City

    Learn to be a weather spotter at upcoming classes in Glen Burnie, Ellicott City

    Want to learn how to be a weather spotter for the National Weather Service? There are some opportunities in the coming weeks. Weather basics classes are scheduled for April 24 in Forest Hill and April 27 in Glen Burnie, both from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The class covers severe storms and tornadoes. Register...

  • Clear skies now expected for Orioles Opening Day

    Clear skies now expected for Orioles Opening Day

    Clear skies are now expected for Opening Day as the chance of rain has diminished. The rain won’t begin until Monday night with a chance for showers and thunderstorms, said Andy Woodcock, meteorologist with the National Weather Service. The first pitch is scheduled for Monday afternoon. “As long...

  • On Opening Day, rain chances highest after sundown

    On Opening Day, rain chances highest after sundown

    Drizzly conditions are likely for Opening Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, but the heaviest rain could hold off until late in the game or after its conclusion. The National Weather Service forecasts a chance of rain, about 40 percent, starting as early as 8 a.m. Monday. The Orioles play the...

  • Rain creeping into Opening Day forecast

    Rain creeping into Opening Day forecast

    A "soaking" rain expected to move up from the Tennessee Valley could cloud or dampen Opening Day festivities at Oriole Park at Camden Yards next week. Dry weather expected for the weekend looked to extend into Monday, but chances have increased that a sprinkle could fall as the Orioles start their...

  • Seasonable temperatures, some sunshine forecast for Orioles Opening Day

    Seasonable temperatures, some sunshine forecast for Orioles Opening Day

    The early forecast for Opening Day at Oriole Park at Camden Yards is calling for seasonably mild temperatures and some sunshine. The National Weather Service is forecasting partly sunny skies and highs around 61 degrees Monday. That forecast assumes a break in what is already becoming an active...

  • Maryland snow: Light Rail reopens after service outage in Baltimore, delays at BWI

    Maryland snow: Light Rail reopens after service outage in Baltimore, delays at BWI

    Maryland transportation officials urged motorists to avoid driving Tuesday, while the state's major airport was dealing with delays and Baltimore's Light Rail service was shut down for hours. The initial forecasts Monday called for more snow than eventually fell across much of the Baltimore metro...

  • Maryland snow: Storm leaves icy glaze and travel hazards

    Maryland snow: Storm leaves icy glaze and travel hazards

    Samuel Grant Jr. and Anthony Finney were among the first Baltimore snowplow operators salting roads Monday night and clearing snow and ice as the storm grounded airline flights, caused power outages and closed schools across the region. "Last night was not bad," Grant said. And, as the team began...

  • State of emergency declared as snow hits Maryland

    State of emergency declared as snow hits Maryland

    In a winter that has produced record-high temperatures and springlike days, Baltimore residents prepared Monday for an overnight storm expected to blanket the Mid-Atlantic with the highest snow totals of the season. More than 100 flights at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport were canceled, some schools...

  • Maryland snow: What the meteorologists say will happen

    Maryland snow: What the meteorologists say will happen

    The National Weather Service is calling for up to — and beyond, in some rural locations — a foot of snow between Monday night and Tuesday afternoon. Exactly how much will fall in your neighborhood or between home and work is up in the air. But, local weather forecasters are doing their best to...

  • Winter storm warning issued for parts of Baltimore region on Monday and Tuesday

    Winter storm warning issued for parts of Baltimore region on Monday and Tuesday

    The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning and a watch for the greater Baltimore region and much of the mid-Atlantic beginning Monday afternoon in advance of a storm that could bring the region’s first significant snow of the season.The weather service predicted Sunday that...

  • After closing due to warm temps, Wisp Resort hints it might reopen

    After closing due to warm temps, Wisp Resort hints it might reopen

    Western Maryland's Wisp Resort called an early end to the season last month amid record high temperatures and near-record low snow totals. But this weekend the Garrett County skiing attraction hinted it might reconsider, posting Saturday on its website ... "Something's brewing at Wisp Resort. ......

  • Cold snap threatens cherry blossom bloom in D.C.

    Cold snap threatens cherry blossom bloom in D.C.

    An unusually warm February followed by a looming burst of cold weather could threaten the famous bloom of cherry blossoms in the nation's capital. Forecasts call for low temperatures Sunday of 25 degrees in Washington, followed by a possible snowstorm on Monday. The cold weather is a problem because...

  • Friday's dusting of snow ushering in frigid air, setting stage for potentially significant storm

    Friday's dusting of snow ushering in frigid air, setting stage for potentially significant storm

    Anywhere from a dusting to as much 2 inches of snow fell across the region Friday, marking a return of wintry weather that could culminate in a significant storm early next week. A relatively weak low-pressure system was responsible for half an inch of snowfall in Northwest Baltimore, an inch in...

  • Drought warning issued across Central Maryland

    Drought warning issued across Central Maryland

    Central Maryland is under a drought warning, with unusually dry conditions already present across most of the state. The Maryland Department of the Environment issued the warning Thursday, saying it will begin more closely monitoring water supply conditions for those who rely on wells. The warning...

  • National Park Service pushes back cherry blossom prediction in Washington

    National Park Service pushes back cherry blossom prediction in Washington

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The predicted peak blooming period for this year's cherry blossom season in Washington is being pushed back. National Park Service officials announced last week that the peak bloom was expected between March 14 and March 17. On Wednesday, National Park Service officials said on...

  • Gardeners reflect on early spring at Maryland Home and Garden Show

    Gardeners reflect on early spring at Maryland Home and Garden Show

    Almost all of Krista Mooney's spring bulbs have bloomed, but the early arrival of springlike weather has left them strangely stunted. "They're blooming and they're not going to last as long as they normally would," the 53-year-old Parkville woman said Sunday at the Maryland Home and Garden Show...

  • Cold spell expected to continue through Monday

    Cold spell expected to continue through Monday

    March will continue its cold start through the weekend, with temperatures well below what is typical for this time of year. Temperatures are expected to dip overnight to 18 degrees at BWI-Marshall Airport and 22 degrees in downtown Baltimore. That is about 15 degrees colder than normal, said Kevin...

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Bond projects remain on hold after postponed elections

The snow is gone, but the problems created when a nor'easter coincided with New Hampshire town elections last month haven't quite melted away. Nearly 80 towns rescheduled their March 14 elections when a powerful storm brought blizzard-like conditions and more than a foot of snow to much of the...

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