When the meteorological winter ends next week, Baltimore's snowfall tally is expected to remain at less than an inch — tying the region for its least snowy season on record.
A largely tranquil weather pattern and simple good fortune have created what meteorologists jokingly referred to as a "snow hole" over Maryland.Read more
By Sunday, winter had given up entirely.
The Inner Harbor reached 71 degrees, an average for April. Baltimore was warmer Sunday than Atlanta, and an Inner Harbor breeze swept the clouds into one corner of robin egg sky.
For the second day, tourists and Maryland families crowded the harbor to celebrate spring weather, one month early.Read more
High winds are forecast across Maryland for much of Monday after gusts overnight left some residents without power, took down trees and power lines, and toppled tractor trailers on Interstate 95.
Severe storms moved through the region late Sunday with gusts above 60 miles per hour in some places, prompting a severe weather statement from the National Weather Service.Read more
A severe thunderstorm system moved through the Maryland and Washington, D.C., area late Sunday night, with wind gusts exceeding 60 mph in some spots. The potential for strong winds is expected to remain through Monday evening.
The National Weather Service announced the severe weather statement at 10:40 p.m. for Anne Arundel, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Frederick and Prince Georges counties.Read more
A wind advisory has been issued for the Baltimore area and temperatures are forecasted to drop tonight.
The wind advisory is in effect through 6 p.m. for areas including the city and Anne Arundel and Harford counties, according to the National Weather Service. Wind gusts could reach up to 45 mph.Read more
Last month was Baltimore's warmest January since 2006, and its least snowy since 2005.
Temperatures averaged 39 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the region's point of record. That is more than 6 degrees above normal.
The last time temperatures were as warm in January was in 2006, when BWI averaged 41.5 degrees.Read more