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- City Health Commissioner Letitia Dzirasa urged residents to check on vulnerable neighbors and bring pets inside.
- After several inches of snow followed by a wintry mix, the Baltimore region is getting doused with rain and officials are warning of potentially slick roads due to possible icy conditions.
- A winter storm could bring a few inches of snowfall and possibly a glaze of ice before precipitation turns to rain in the Baltimore area Sunday night into Monday, while as much as a foot of snow is expected in parts of Western Maryland.
- National Weather Service forecasters are warning that a “high impact” winter storm could potentially hit the Baltimore region this weekend.
- A winter weather advisory is in effect from 6 a.m. to noon Sunday throughout Central Maryland, and National Weather Service forecasters said a light glaze of ice could accumulate in some areas, causing icy roads and slippery sidewalks.
- Most school systems in the Baltimore area closed or opted for delayed openings Friday as several inches of snow blanketed the region overnight and forecasters called for a blustery day.
- The winter storm dumped more than a foot of snow on some parts of Anne Arundel County and Southern Maryland, while Carroll County received a dusting, with less than an inch of snow.
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- Baltimore could get 3 to 5 inches of snow and Annapolis could get up to 7 inches overnight into Monday afternoon, forecasters said Sunday.
- The Baltimore area could get its first measurable snowfall of the season Wednesday morning, forecasters say, but it might just be some light flurries or a dusting.
- While Thanksgiving is expected to be warm and, eventually, sunny, forecasters say, by the time the turkey and pumpkin pie wear off, Baltimore-area residents will have to brace for a blustery Black Friday.
- A cold front moving through the area could drop temperatures in the Baltimore area 5 to 10 degrees below normal on Thanksgiving Day, but the region may dodge the wintry storms threatening other parts of the country
- The National Weather Service has issued a freeze watch for some areas around the Baltimore-D.C. metropolitan region for Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
- A resilience authority, like one in Maryland's Charles County, can seek grants, issue bonds and even levy fees to carry out expensive projects to address the effects of climate change.