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  • Rain, cold makes for slick morning commute

    Rain, cold makes for slick morning commute
    Another messy, slippery morning commute is forecast for Monday, this time with pockets of freezing rain expected across the region. The National Weather Service forecasts a wintry mix starting at about midnight Sunday night and continuing through Monday...
  • Ozarks to New England seeing freezing rain and snow; poor driving conditions mark commute

    The work week got off to a slippery start Monday as a storm packing freezing rain, sleet and snow made travel difficult from the Ozarks to New England. Poor driving conditions marked the early Monday commute and traveling was expected to be difficult...
  • Icy weather, Kevin Spacey at Golden Globes, officer death, $1M prize

    Icy weather, Kevin Spacey at Golden Globes, officer death, $1M prize
    Good morning, Baltimore! Find updates on the weather and traffic conditions here via The Sun's live blog here. Here's everything else you need to know to start your day: WEATHER  An icy start to today’s commute with sleet and freezing rain ...
  • Metra says it will work all night for smooth morning commute

    Metra says it will work all night for smooth morning commute
    Metra says it will have personnel on duty overnight Monday to help ensure that trains will run on time during the morning rush hour Tuesday, despite the expected snow and cold. "We're taking all precautions," Metra Deputy Executive Director Peter...
  • Snow expected across wide swath of country, followed by even more bitter cold

    A winter weather system expected to dump more than a foot of snow in some places has begun its trek east, with a separate blast of arctic air right on its heels. Here are some things to know about this latest round of weather and its expected impact:...
  • Crashes snarl traffic amid snow

    Crashes snarl traffic amid snow
    Several crashes and other incidents have been reported early Tuesday as drivers faced slick roads during and after rush hour. A three-vehicle collision on Interstate 795 North in Owings Mills prior to the Owings Mills Boulevard exit has closed the...
  • Baltimore flunks basic snowmanship

    Baltimore flunks basic snowmanship
    The Jones Falls Expressway was reduced to a parking lot on Tuesday morning. Some school systems decided to stay open when others in the region closed — which turned out to be the better call under the circumstances. Roads were a mess, and drivers...
  • 2 struck by Metrolink trains, delaying trains

    2 struck by Metrolink trains, delaying trains
    Metrolink trains struck two people Tuesday night at two locations, killing one person, injuring another and delaying commuters during the evening rush hour, authorities said. Around 7:10 p.m., the Antelope Valley line's 285 train bound for Palmdale...
  • Winter gets down to business: Midwest shivers, East and South brace for cold wave

    Snow followed by a wave of frigid air is plodding eastward, bringing warnings well ahead of time for people to take precautions and stay warm. The storm snarled traffic across much of the country and is threatening to bring wind chills into the single...
  • Schools criticized for decision to open despite snow

    Schools criticized for decision to open despite snow
    Three Anne Arundel County students were injured on their way to school Tuesday as the first snow of the season spread chaos on roads across the region, causing buses to spin out of control and commuters to spend hours creeping toward work. Baltimore...
  • Light snow leads to heavy delays on Baltimore roadways

    Light snow leads to heavy delays on Baltimore roadways
    It usually takes Robin Eshkenazi 40 minutes to get to work downtown from her home in Reisterstown. But 31/2 hours into her trip Tuesday, she gave up. It only took a couple of inches for the winter's first significant snowfall for Tuesday morning's...