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Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Donald Gansauer, of Canton, asks: “Why don’t TV weathermen show fronts on their surface maps anymore? The position of these fronts is very important to understanding what’s going on.” Hadn’t...
Tags: Entertainment, Television
Maryland WeatherDozens of deaths and hundreds of millions of dollars in damage have prompted the World Meteorological Organization to retire two names from last season's roster of Atlantic hurricanes.Igor and Tomas will be replaced on the 2016 names list by Ian......
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Jeff Brauner, in Baltimore, says: “I recently saw the film ‘The Wiz’ … and they changed the classic Wizard of Oz tornado scene to occur during a winter snowstorm. Is that even possible?” No....
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Baltimore, you’ve made it. Today is the average last frost date for the city. It’s an average; we could still get, well, frosted. But it’s the first of the average last-frost dates for Maryland as warmer...
Tags: Garrett County, Maryland, Annapolis
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS: March in Baltimore was warmer and wetter than average, in step with the averages for the contiguous 48 states, according to NOAA. BWI averaged 44.3 degrees (slightly warmer than the norm), with 4.99 inches of rain,......
Maryland WeatherHere's the rainfall prediction from NOAA's Hydrometeorological Prediction Center in Camp Springs. It shows most of the heaviest rain due on Saturday will fall to the west of Baltimore and Washington. Many locations will see more than an inch, with some......
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Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Need a break next week? How about taking a mental health day May 3 and driving down to the Patuxent River Naval Air Station for a look at NOAA’s “Hurricane Hunter” aircraft. The agency is offering public......
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Jeff Brauner, in Baltimore, writes: “An EF-0 tornado was confirmed near Westminster, but witnesses just saw strong winds and some things blown over. Is it possible for the actual funnel of an EF-0 tornado to go...
Maryland WeatherIt's not entirely clear how the approaching summer season will turn out for Central Maryland. The region seems to be just outside of the regions where the forecasters' greatest confidence lies. We're in the "EC" zone, which means "equal chances"......
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Maryland WeatherNOAA has run the numbers for April and in addition to historic flooding, a record-breaking tornado outbreak and huge wildfires, the month ended as the 10th wettest since national record-keeping began in 1895. The average temperature across the Lower 48......
Tags: Pennsylvania, Weather Statistics, Ohio, Weather, West Virginia
Maryland WeatherEarth Networks, parent company of WeatherBug, has issued its 2011 Atlantic hurricane forecast. Like AccuWeather, and Colorado State, they see an “active” season ahead. But their predictions come in just below the others, with 13-14 named...
Maryland WeatherYou've thought about buying a NOAA Weather Radio. After all, it could wake you up in the middle of the night when a flash flood or tornado threatens, or some other weather emergency has come up. But you've never quite......
Tags: Weather, Radio, Weather Warnings, Apple iPhone, Apple iPod
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