Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE) has announced that it has taken proactive steps to prepare for the possibility of widespread power outages caused by severe and fast-moving storms, typical of hurricane season, which begins on June 1 and ends on Nov. 30. BGE also strongly recommends customers take appropriate action now to ensure the [...]
A small (3.6 magnitude) earthquake was felt in Maryland this morning about 5:00am. According to CBS News, A minor, 3.6 magnitude earthquake shook Washington D.C.-area residents out of bed early Friday morning – a rare occurrence for the nation’s east coast dwellers. CBS News staff in the Maryland suburb of Bethesda and the Virginia suburb [...]
Failed Prediction It seems that the prediction of 5″ to 8″ of snow fell apart overnight since the sun is shining brightly right now and nary a flake on the ground. However, the weather service is cautioning people about extremely high winds later this afternoon as well as the possibility for some accumulating snow tomorrow–in [...]
Major Snowfall Predicted When the weather readers get all excited this early, there usually is a good chance they are onto something. It is only Tuesday, but Frank Roylance, The Sun’s weather blogger is indicating all forecasts point to a pretty significant snowfall this Friday into Saturday. Hey Mayor Cohen and County Executive Leopold…get those [...]
Accu Weather Feels Major Storm A Possibility Joe Bastardi, a senior meteorologist for Accu Weather discusses eerily similar weather patterns to the blizzard of 1996. Could the east coast be in for a wallop next week? Watch this video and let us know what you think.
UPDATE: It is official, schools are closed tomorrow March 2, 2009 Marylanders are an odd bunch. The mere mention of snow and they lose their minds. But it looks like the run on milk and toilet paper was warranted this time. The Weather.com is calling for an accumulation of 7″ to 10″ of snow tonight [...]