March 23, 2023
Annapolis, US 62 F

A Solid Forecast For Snow

Area To Expect 5 To 8 Inches As the latest winter storm heads into the area, it seems like we will be expecting from 5″ to 8″ of snow beginning […]

Officials Ask For Help

Residents Asked To Clear Snow Mayor Joshua, J. Cohen, County Executive John R. Leopold and School Superintendent Kevin M. Maxwell are asking residents of the City and County to pitch […]

NWS New Forecast 20″ To 30″

Revised Forecast The National Weather Service has just revised its forecast for the area and is now saying to expect between 20″ and 30″ on snow accumulation before this is […]

BGE Update

Almost 4000 Out In County Currently there are more than 9000 BGE customers without power and approximately 3700 in Anne Arundel County.  While BGE has been able to restore power […]

SHA Warning

50 MPH Winds Expected Baltimore City has initiated Phase III of their snow plan which prohibits vehicles other than plows, emergency vehicles, and BGE vehicles from the streets. Additionally, SHA […]

Sometimes You Just Have To Laugh

The snow had been dug, dug, dug, and dug again. You likely will dig it some more in a few hours. Hopefully the refrigerator is stocked with food and the […]

Annapolis Snow Routes To Close At Noon

Here We Go Again As we brace for another potential 20″ snowfall, Annapolis Mayor, Josh Cohen is asking residents to clear their vehicles from the Emergency Snow Routes by noon […]

Safeway Update

No Collapse We received a comment on the original post from Greg Ten Eyck with Safeway regarding the roofs at the Edgewater and Gambrills stores: The roofs of the Safeway […]

Storm Update #14: Annapolis Parking

Free Parking No Council Meeting From the Mayor’s office: Free parking has been extended until further notice for city residents who parked their vehicles at City garages because of the […]

Another Foot Expected This Week

Blizzard 2.0? From our friends (soon to be ex-friends if they keep predicting this stuff) at Foot’s Forecast, we are expecting another 12″ of snow on Wednesday. Just when you […]

Storm Update #13: County Update

County Urges Caution From Dave Abrams, Anne Arundel County Spokesman: Just as a reminder, County Offices are closed today. A force of 248 plow vehicles and construction equipment is presently […]

Storm Video #2

Video 1 was a walk along Edgewood Road to the 7-11 at the corner of Bay Ridge and Edgewood on February 6, 1010 around 230pm The next video was driving […]

Storm Update #11: Schools Closed Monday

Anne Arundel Closes Schools Schools will be closed on Monday, February 8, 2010. This is the fifth snow day used this year in a calendar which had planned for four.  […]

Another Storm On Tuesday

Image via Wikipedia Early Indications Of 4″ Or More Yes, another storm is predicted to hit the area on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.  It is doubtful that the roads […]

Don’t Forget Your Roofs

Collapses Possible As you dig out from the storm, please remember your flat roofs. There were three collapses reported early yesterday (in our #4 update) and the Baltimore Sun is […]

County: Snow Plow Requests

Check Here First This was a monster storm for sure. We all want to be dug out immediately, but it is impossible. The local jurisdictions are doing what they can […]

Storm Update #6: Snow Has Stopped

The Snow Has Left The Area Reports from across the county are saying that the snow has left the area. There may be a few remaining flurries, but all that […]

Storm Update #5: BGE Update On Outages

Baltimore Gas and Electric Company (BGE), a subsidiary of Constellation Energy (NYSE: CEG), today announced it has restored electric service to more than 51,000 customers since the winter storm began […]

Storm Update #4: Roof Collapses

Multiple Roof Collapses Reported While none are in Anne Arundel County,  roofs have collapsed in Washington, DC, a private aircraft hangar at Dulles, and a building in California, MD. Read […]

Storm Update #3: AA County Update

Anne Arundel County Update Status update from the County Executive’s office: We currently have 284 snow removal vehicles working in the road districts, focusing on main and collector roads. Many […]

Storm Update #1: BGE Information

BGE Working Under Hazardous Conditions Note: As with past storms, in an effort to get information out as fast as possible, we will simply provide the updates as provided to […]

Annapolis Begins To Tow

Cars Need To Be Moved The Mayor’s office just sent out an alert by Twitter that the City is in the process of towing vehicles still parked on snow emergency […]

County Declares State Of Emergency

From the County Executive’s Office: County Executive John R. Leopold has declared a State of Emergency as a major storm begins to pass through the area. “With the worst of […]

Annapolis Transit Shutting Down

No Service After 4pm Annapolis transit will be stopping all service at 4pm today. There will be no service tomorrow and any Sunday service will be based on road conditions. […]

Annapolis Mayor Announces Snow Policy

Level III Policy Implemented With 18″ to 24″ of snow expected to fall between tomorrow and Sunday, Annapolis Mayor Joshua Cohen has declared a Level III Snow Policy. The Mayor […]

Schools Closing Early

2 Hour Early Dismissal All Anne Arundel County Schools will close 2 hours early tomorrow due to the upcoming storm. All scheduled after school events have been canceled. There will […]

A Monster Friday?

Two Feet Or More…Really? The latest from the weather geeks at FootsForecast are calling for an unprecedented storm with a minimum of 12″ to 18″; but they seem to be […]

A Humdinger This Weekend?

Weather Geek Forecast These guys have been far more accurate than any of the weather guessers in the region this year! Some faith might best be put in their words […]

Maryland Prepares For Major Snow

Annapolis Prepares For Major Overtime The area is bracing for a major snowstorm. All of the weather-guessers are excited and trying to outguess the other one. They are even starting […]