Mayor Clarence H. Du Burns told The Baltimore Sun he was hoping for a sunny day on Jan. 22, 1987, his first full day in office. Instead Baltimore was hit by a major snowstorm. The National Weather Service forecast the storm but couldn't predict the amount of snow because of the difficulty in knowing where the rain-snow line would fall.
By Baltimore Sun librarian Paul McCardell offers this post:
What is the difference between a winter storm watch, a warning and an advisory? In these parts, an advisory is issued by the National Weather Service when a disruptive coating of 2 to 4 inches of snow ¿alone or with sleet and freezing rain ¿ is anticipated.
By Baltimore Sun reporter Candus Thomson offers this guest post:
While it may be mostly freezing rain here, those traveling to the Boston area on Saturday for the Ravens game on Sunday will see more weather action from a fast-moving storm coming from the Midwest that will dump snow and ice along the Northeast.
You can realize your fitness and cultural resolutions within your own Montpelier/South Laurel neighborhood through South Laurel Recreation Council classes and Montpelier Arts Center classes, exhibits and dinner movies.
Nearly 380,000 Maryland households and businesses remained without power Monday evening in the wake of Hurricane Irene, prompting residents and Baltimore's mayor to question the pace of restoration efforts and the governor and utility executives to plead for patience.