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  • Snow chances fade as storm track shifts east

     
    The latest computer models appear to be converging to take our weekend storm farther east, off the Georgia coast. So forecasters in Sterling this afternoon have been lowering their expectations for snow in Central Maryland late Saturday into Sunday.The...
  • Parsnip wine, anyone? Amateur winemakers mingle with pros at the Maryland Wine Festival

     
    Wine judges beware: an amateur winemaker competing at the Maryland Wine Festival once entered a vino made with parsnips.For those who'd rather sip stuff from the professionals, there will be plenty to sample from Western Maryland, Southern Maryland and...
  • Eclipse forecast improving

     
    Worries that increasing clouds leading to possible snow on Tuesday seemed to be easing Monday morning, giving renewed hope for Marylanders eager to see tonight's total eclipse of the moon.Forecasters out at Sterling, in their morning forecast discussion,...
  • Next up ... more dry weather

     
    With Earl lumbering away to the northeast, Ocean City and the Atlantic resorts seem to be headed for a fine Labor Day weekend after what could have been a bummer of a storm. But if anyone had been counting on......
  • Comptroller's direct wine shipping report gets a 9.5 from Maryland wineries

     
    In advance of a December 31st deadline, the Maryland Comptroller's office today released its legally mandated Direct Wine Shipment Report. It's 257 pages, so take care when opening. Scott Calvert has this article in the Baltimore Sun.The first reaction...
  • Storm edges into Sunday, track still uncertain

     
    The most definite thing that can be said about the prospects for a Christmas snowstorm in Baltimore may be that the storm mostly likely won't get to the East Coast by Christmas. But nobody is sure yet whether Central Maryland should......
  • Hurricane strikes rare in Maryland

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Hurricane Earl proved to be another “miss” for Maryland. We watch hurricanes, and worry. And plenty have caused serious damage here after going ashore in the Carolinas (like Isabel in 2003) or the Gulf of Mexico...
  • Tally of 90-degree days nears record

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:The heat is expected to return to Central Maryland this week, with forecast highs in the 90-degree range for Sunday and Monday. So far BWI has recorded 49 days of 90-plus heat this year. That ties 1930......
  • O'Malley Marches back home

    O'Malley Marches back home
    Who says Martin O'Malley, who's been in Asia burnishing his foreign-policy credentials and all around the U.S. as head of the Democratic Governors Association, has lost interest in all that needs doing here in Maryland? The governor will be hard at...
  • In the robocall grand jury's waiting room: Ehrlich campaign lawyer

    In the robocall grand jury's waiting room: Ehrlich campaign lawyer
    Someone called to testify Wednesday before the grand jury looking into the Ehrlich campaign's deceptive Election Day robocalls tells me Towson attorney Robert B. Green was in the waiting room, offering to consult with any witnesses connected to the...
  • Heat, fire and flood ahead ... then Igor?

     
    Sounds pretty dire, doesn't it? Fortunately, the reality isn't quite so bad.The National Weather Service forecasters out at Sterling think today's high might rise into the upper 80s, falling somewhere short of the 90-degree mark. Of course, they said the....
  • 'Top Chefs' Michael and Bryan Voltaggio cook up $1,000-a-head dinner

     
    Brothers and former "Top Chef" rivals Michael and Bryan Voltaggio team up later this month to serve a $1,000-a-head charity dinner at Bryan's Frederick restaurant, Volt.That's eight courses, with wine pairings, in the kitchen dining room, for a grand....