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Record-breaking cold follows 6- to 11-inch snowfall, but spring is in sight
Record-breaking cold follows 6- to 11-inch snowfall, but spring is in sight

More record-breaking cold struck the Baltimore region after hours of steady precipitation left a layer of 6 to 11 inches of snow Thursday, disrupting work and school and creating treacherous road conditions. Temperatures Friday morning were at 10 degrees at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, a new record low for this day. A Fallston man returning a neighbor's snowblower was killed when struck from behind Thursday night by a Jeep Cherokee. Maryland State Police identified the victim as 44-year-old Christian J. Widomsky and said the driver left the scene. Precipitation and low temperatures arrived later Thursday than meteorologists expected, but intense...

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