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  • Morning Reading -- wine smuggling, Nutella and Let's Move

     
    From the Washington Post, via Baltimore Crime, a story on how Maryland's current wine-shipment laws have created smuggling routes through D.C. and Virginia. Maryland wine-lovers who work in the district are having wine shipped to -- their offices -- and.....
  • Fed. budget woes threaten Susq. River forecasts

     
    The agency that manages the water resources in the Susquehanna River is warning that federal budget cuts threaten funding for the Susquehanna Flood Forecast and Warning System.Officials at the Susquehanna River Basin Commission say loss of system...
  • Weds/Thurs snow risks diminish; rain tonight

     
    Hopes (or fears) of a major winter storm later this week seem to be fading today. Forecasters out at Sterling say our temperatures will be cold enough for snow, with a high Thursday of only 30 degrees. But their models......
  • Let the right cake in -- a Tuesday rant

     
    You want to give a restaurant owner a real thrill? Insist on bringing in your own cake. I spoke to handful of restaurant owners about this. Their responses were all over the place. One patently refused to allow customers to......
  • Snow threat gone; milder weather next week

     
    The threat of snow Wednesday night into Thursday has evaporated, and the long-range forecast for Central Maryland finally includes some above-normal temperatures. Highs could even poke into the 50s by Sunday and Monday.Some snow chances - light snow or...
  • Edible bugs

     
    And you thought Maryland wasn't hip enough for the bugs-in-fine-dining trend sweeping New York!"Come explore the world of insects through all five senses. Yes, that’s right, even TASTE! Test your palate with some yummy recipes which make use of a......
  • "Valentine's Day Storm" brought city to its knees

     
    It was a time when Baltimore battled heavy snow with armies of men with shovels, and streetcar sweepers, horses and carts. There were no motorized plows, no salt trucks. Just mountains of snow and, except for the streetcars, only muscle to......
  • Corkage, moving ahead in Virginia

     
    Marylanders for Better Beer & Wine Laws, one of the groups working to get corkage laws changed in Maryland, was in touch today.Corkage's chances in Virginia got a major boost last night, when SB1292 passed the Virginia Senate by 27......
  • Flurries and bitter cold will yield to highs near 60

     
    If you can get through the workweek without throwing in the towel and jetting off to St. Barts (right...), there is relief ahead from this winter's stubborn cold right here in Central Maryland.The forecaster out at Sterling say the daytime......
  • 80 percent of Maryland "abnormally dry"

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS: After all our snow, sleet and freezing rain, you’d be reluctant to call it a dry winter. But in fact, BWI-Marshall has recorded precipitation deficits each month since October. The U.S. Drought Monitor map issued Feb.......
  • Summer's missing rain? It's on the way

     
    The sound of rain we've been missing for most of the summer, the water absent from the creeks, the gutter-washing torrents we've not had for so long? It's all on the way this evening. Time to watch the summer's trash come down......
  • 114-degree spread between B'more's hottest, coldest

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Online Maryland Weather Blog reader “Johnny C” writes: “After hearing about the temps in Ark and OK the last few days, I’m curious as to what was the lowest temp … around Baltimore, and when it...