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Afternoon snow clogs area roadways during rush hour

Afternoon snow clogs area roadways during rush hour

The light accumulation of snow Friday afternoon that began before the start of rush hour was enough to turn the Google traffic map into a tangle of bright red and orange, meaning there was a backup on just about every major thoroughfare from Washington through Baltimore, and up a good portion of...

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Light snow could disrupt Friday afternoon commute, forecasters warn

A chance of snow Friday could disrupt the afternoon commute in the Baltimore-Washington metro area, the National Weather Service warned. A 50 percent chance of less than an inch of snow is forecast for after 1 p.m. Friday, but the frigid temperatures could turn untreated roads icy, the NWS said....

  • Here's why early magnitude estimates for the Delaware earthquake were shaky

    Here's why early magnitude estimates for the Delaware earthquake were shaky

    When a fault beneath Delaware slipped and triggered an earthquake felt for hundreds of miles Thursday afternoon, a computer decided it was magnitude 5.1. But that wasn't correct — the U.S. Geological Survey later determined it was magnitude 4.1, a level that is actually one-tenth as strong as originally...

  • Earthquake centered in Dover, Del., rattles Maryland

    Earthquake centered in Dover, Del., rattles Maryland

    A magnitude 4 earthquake occurred Thursday afternoon near Dover, Del., and was felt across Maryland. The U.S. Geological Survey confirmed that the quake occurred at 4:47 p.m., about 5 miles beneath the the Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Richard Ortt, director of the Maryland Geological Survey,...

  • Flurries fall in the Baltimore metro area

    Flurries fall in the Baltimore metro area

    The Baltimore metro area is starting to see some snow. The National Weather Service tweeted Sunday night that there are “scattered flurries” in the area, but no accumulation is expected. The flurries are mostly falling in Carroll County, said meteorologist Dan Hoffman. “It’s a couple flakes really,”...

  • Hazardous weather, high winds, flooding predicted tonight in Maryland

    Hazardous weather, high winds, flooding predicted tonight in Maryland

    The National Weather Service has issued several alerts for hazardous weather conditions for Saturday night and Sunday in Maryland, warning of high winds and coastal flooding. In the Chesapeake Bay and surrounding counties, a gale warning for high winds is in effect through Sunday. Winds are expected...

  • Rainy start, but a clearer forecast this week in Baltimore

    Rainy start, but a clearer forecast this week in Baltimore

    Monday morning is off to a rainy start in Baltimore, but the rest of the week’s forecast looks fairly dry. Temperatures will reach the 50s throughout the week, with overnight lows in the 30s in some instances, according to the National Weather Service forecast. The next chance of significant rain...

  • Much of the Baltimore region could see its first frost Friday morning

    Much of the Baltimore region could see its first frost Friday morning

    Temperatures across much of the Baltimore region are expected to hit the mid-30s early Friday morning, potentially bringing many areas their first frost of the season. The National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory for all of central and southern Maryland, including Baltimore City and...

  • Wind advisory in effect until Tuesday morning

    Wind advisory in effect until Tuesday morning

    The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory, calling for winds of 15 to 30 mph and possible gusts of up to 50 mph in the Baltimore area. That’s enough wind to damage power lines and trees and to cause problems for trucks and buses on the road, according to the weather service. The weather...

  • Morning fog delays Maryland schools, could impact traffic

    Morning fog delays Maryland schools, could impact traffic

    At least three Maryland school systems will delay opening Monday due to heavy fog. All four school systems are on the Eastern Shore, though fog may impact visibility for commuters throughout the Mid-Atlantic region Monday morning. Caroline County will open two hours late. Queen Anne’s and Talbot...

  • Forecasters predict a mild, not-so-snowy winter for Maryland

    Forecasters predict a mild, not-so-snowy winter for Maryland

    Forecasters at the Climate Prediction Center in College Park are calling for potentially mild and not very snowy conditions this winter in the mid-Atlantic. They expect La Niña, a climate pattern that is opposite of El Niño, to develop. Many of Baltimore’s mildest and least-snowy winters came during...

  • Maryland to participate in Great Southeast ShakeOut earthquake drill Thursday

    Maryland to participate in Great Southeast ShakeOut earthquake drill Thursday

    Maryland is participating in the Great Southeast ShakeOut earthquake drill on Thursday. At 10:19 a.m., groups from here to Florida will practice what to do during and after an earthquake. ShakeOut organizers recommend people “Drop, Cover and Hold On” — drop to their hands and knees to avoid being...

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