Emergency ice distribution

Carolyn Holley, at right, receives two free bags of ice from Baltimore Housing Authority employees after the June 29 derecho storm struck the region. Many were without power for as long as a week after the storm.

( Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun / September 24, 2012 )

Carolyn Holley, at right, receives two free bags of ice from Baltimore Housing Authority employees after the June 29 derecho storm struck the region. Many were without power for as long as a week after the storm.

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Scott Dance is The Baltimore Sun’s weather blogger, having covered Hurricane Sandy, the 2012 “derecho” and statewide tornado outbreaks, and all the snow, summer heat and floods in between. As The Sun’s science reporter, he has explained everything from particle physics theory to groundwater geology to medical research funding challenges. He is a Timonium native.

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