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Maryland WeatherThanksgiving week is a time to remember the gratitude we had for the people that helped see us through this year’s storms and natural disasters: Snow in January; winds in February; heavy rains of March; tornadoes in April and May;......
Maryland WeatherThe epic rainfall that has hosed Central Maryland since Monday continued overnight. And it's not over yet.The three-day total at BWI had reached 6.67 inches by midnight. We've had 5.74 inches here on the WeatherDeck in Cockeysville. But some locations...
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Just how unlikely were the heavy rains the region received last week from remnants of Tropical Storm Lee? NWS hydrologist Jason Elliott has done some calculations using data from the Integrated Flood Observing and Warning...
Maryland WeatherLooks like Central Maryland will be in the chute again as stalled weather systems to our east and west conspire to channel a few more days of tropical moisture, showers, rain and thunderstorms this way.With nearly 20 inches of rain......
Maryland WeatherFROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:Continuing today with more wet-weather statistics from the National Weather Service in Sterling, Va. Science Officer Steve Zubrick points out that it was Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee that made Aug. 13-Sept. 11...
Here's a question for a snowy day in spring: Will Marylanders, and Baltimoreans in particular, ever grow so accustomed to snow that they stop worrying so much about it? Could climate change do enough crazy things to the atmosphere to bring us more...
If a sinkhole destroys your home, the federal government may pay more to knock it down than it will pay you to get back on your feet. That's the reality confronting Jamin and Belinda Sell of Whitehall Township. They've been seeking help for nearly a...
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Luis Lopez and Theresa Vazquez felt their home renovation was in good hands because the work was being done through a federal government program, which they assumed would require everything to be in order. Yet when a problem arose, Uncle Sam wouldn't...
Driving across the 850 acres of golf course he tends to daily, Jim Roney pointed out a chestnut tree that sustained significant damage during the harsh storms of 2011. "This is one my favorite trees," he said, "and it really took it on the chin....
If you've heard about sinkholes swallowing homes recently and you're worried yours could be next, you're not alone. The Lehigh Valley is susceptible to sinkholes, and the blows Mother Nature dealt last year didn't help. With the recent spate of...
The popping sounds Belinda and Jamin Sell heard late one September night were unusual and alarming, like nothing they had heard before. They didn't immediately know it, but the ripping and tearing that echoed in the darkness were the sounds of their...
When it rains constantly for five days like it just did, it’s easy to become depressed about the gloomy weather. Fortunately, we only received 2.15 inches of rain Friday through Tuesday in Somerset with no real reports of flooding. In September,...
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