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  • Still at the beaches? You need to leave

     
    I know, it's a beautiful day, and you want to stay in your beach chair. Maybe you'll ride out the storm and snap some pictures of the cool waves.Don't. Pack your stuff, batten the hatches and leave. This is a serious......
  • Baltimore now under Tropical Storm Warning

     
    Hurricane Irene, packing 110 mph winds, heavy rain and a 4 to 8-foot storm surge, continues to bear down on eastern North Carolina, southeastern Virginia and Maryland this morning. Hurricane Warnings now stretch from North Carolina to New Jersey,...
  • We're No. 10! We're No. 10!

     
    The results of the Mobbies (Maryland's Outstanding Blogs) were announced today, and Reality Check came in at No. 10 among Sun blogs. Solid middle of the pack! I will take it! In all seriousness, thanks to all who voted. Congratulations......
  • Is this all there is?

     
    Maybe it doesn't look so bad to you out there. Maybe you're ready to get out on the road and have a look around, or head for Gramma's house with the kids. Here's meteorologist Eric the Red's take on what's......
  • Flood Warning issued for Lower Shore counties

     
    Flood Warnings have been posted for the Lower Eastern Shore counties of Maryland, including Worcester, Wicomico, Somerset and Dorchester. The northern section of Accomack County on Virginia's Eastern Shore, is also included.The warning means that flooding...
  • Irene is onshore in NC; top winds now 85

     
    The core winds of Hurriane Irene have come ashore near Cape Lookout, N.C. Top sustained winds are reported at 85 mph, about 10 mph above the tropical storm threshhold. The storm continues to move to the north northeast, across Pamlico Sound,......
  • Irene killed 30,000 Maryland chickens

     
    Maryland Agriculture Secretary Earl "Buddy" Hance has released a preliminary accounting of agricultural losses from Hurricane Irene. The casualties include 30,000 chickens. Here's Hance:"High winds and excessive rain caused loss of power, flooding, and...
  • Tropical Storm Katia likely to be hurricane in days

     
    Tropical Depression 12, as forecast, became Tropical Storm Katia overnight. And forecasters at the National Hurricane Center say she will reach hurricane force by late Wednesday or early Thursday.Looking farther down the road, forecast models have Katia...
  • Hurricane Irene rain and wind maps for Maryland

     
    Here are the wind and rain maps for Hurricane Irene, just released by the National Weather Service regional forecast office in Sterling, Va. Click to enlarge. ......
  • Irene's wind hurt crops, rain helped

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:The weekly USDA “Weather & Crops” report is in. Irene had an impact on Maryland’s croplands, some good, some bad. The crop reporter said, “Still assessing crop damage from Irene. Corn was mostly affected...
  • Chickens died in Delaware, not Maryland

     
    The Maryland Department of Agriculture said it was mistaken Tuesday when Secretary Earl "Buddy" Hance reported, in his preliminary assessment of crop damage due to Hurricane Irene, that 30,000 Maryland chickens had perished. It turns out the deaths...
  • "Amazing" mid-Nov. weather pauses for rain

     
    Forecasters at the National Weather Service forecast office in Sterling said it clearly enough this morning: "Our stretch of amazing mid-November weather finally comes to an end tonight."More than a week of dry skies, with highs in the 60s, ended......