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  • Whew! Cold front brings us a breather

     
    The cold front that blew through the region Sunday afternoon was both deadly and destructive. Falling trees and wires killed three people and knocked out power for hundreds of thousands of Marylanders. Some are still without electrical service this...
  • Sunday's winds reached 80-90 mph in Mont. Co.

     
    Winds that accompanied Sunday's frontal passage in Montgomery County reached hurricane force - as high as 80 to 90 mph in some narrowly focused locations, according to the National Weather Service. And the area sustained widespread wind speeds of 60......
  • Coolest night since July 4; more coming

     
    Could hardly believe how cool it felt when we stepped outside this morning. It was 62 degrees on the WeatherDeck in Cockeysville. The overnight low at BWI-Marshall was 66 degrees. That's the lowest reading there since the morning of July......
  • Heat and humidity return ... briefly

     
    Just when you thought you were rid of this July heat and humidity, it returns for an short encore. Forecasters expect the mercury at BWI-Marshall Airport will reach 90 again this afternoon after a two-day respite in the upper 80s.......
  • Thunderstorm cuts the heat

     
    That noise you heard was the cold front sweeping through. The thunderstorms that crossed the region this afternoon dropped temperatures at BWI-Marshall from 91 degrees to 75 degrees between 1 and 2 p.m. As the sun returned, readings again began to......
  • 99.8 degrees F ... in Moscow!

     
    The Moscow Times is reporting a new all-time record high temperature today in downtown Moscow of 37.7 degrees Celsius. That's an astonishing 99 degrees Fahrenheit. It was 101 degrees F at the airport. One-hundred-thirty-year-old records are toppling...
  • A Friday Gazinta

     
    When we were kids, by the end of the week, my mom's refrigerator was crowded with leftovers, and her imagination and enthusiasm for cooking were depleted. So, she would hum up some noodles, spoon them, and all the leftovers, into......
  • Reader Review of the Week: 2010 Chevrolet HHR

     
    ???Someone hit a minivan with a shrink ray,??? is how our reader reviewer???s son described the 2010 Chevrolet HHR. Snrd0822 from Philadelphia seems to agree, calling out the HHR???s ample cargo room, passenger space and good gas mileage. It has......
  • Scattered showers haven't helped crops much

     
    Rain showers in the past week don't seem to have helped Maryland's farmers much, especially in crispy-dry regions like Western and Southern Maryland, and the Lower Eastern Shore.The USDA's weekly crops report for Maryland and Delaware is in and crop...
  • Solar blast could trigger aurora Tuesday night

     
    A large solar eruption early Sunday morning launched tons of ionized atoms toward the Earth, and solar scientists say that wave of charged solar debris could trigger auroral displays across the northern United States this week. The eruption was rated a C-...
  • NWS update: July tied for hottest month on record

     
    The National Weather Service has recalculated. Now forecasters say that July 2010 tied with three other years for the hottest July on record for Baltimore, and the hottest single calendar month. Period.When we posted on the July heat yesterday, we were...