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  • Media's evolution alters how we experience 'weather events'

    Over the past two weeks -- and at different times over the last 30 years, whenever we had big snowstorms in Maryland -- I've tried to figure out what it is about them that's different than the ones I experienced growing up in another part of the country,...
  • A small miracle for Christmas: A young man's journey took a near-tragic turn on a snowy Iowa highway -- but one by one, strangers lighted his way out of the darkness

    A small miracle for Christmas: A young man's journey took a near-tragic turn on a snowy Iowa highway  --  but one by one, strangers lighted his way out of the darkness
    In one of my last memories before the truck hit me, I was sitting in the driver's seat of my mother's Honda Civic. It was stuck in an 8-foot snowdrift that blocked the northbound lane of Route 13 in rural northeast Iowa. The wind was screaming across...
  • Notre Dame: 'No one acted in disregard for safety' in Declan Sullivan death

    Notre Dame: 'No one acted in disregard for safety' in Declan Sullivan death
    The University of Notre Dame football program relied upon outdated weather information and did not check wind advisories on the day that a hydraulic lift toppled and killed team videographer Declan Sullivan, according to an internal report released...
  • It only seems it's rained every day in April

    Feel like it's rained almost every day this month? You're right. A measurable amount of rain has fallen 16 of the 27 days this month. That means this April has had more rainy days than any Chicago April since 1961, which logged 17. Trace amounts of...
  • September in the garden

    Almanac Average temperatures High 90 Low 72 Rainfall 5.76 inches Autumn arrives September 22. The Moon 1. Moon phases. Last quarter September 1 New moon September 8 First quarter September 15 Full moon September 23 Last quarter September 30 2....
  • Must-have car supplies: Road-trip essentials

    Must-have car supplies: Road-trip essentials
    We often butt heads with our parents during our teenage years; it isn't until we've spent four years (or five or six) away at college that we realize how good we had it living at home. If there was a problem with your car, for instance, you could just...
  • We're building up to 'beach-house bailout' — aka national hurricane insurance

    Not that I would wish anyone harm, but it wouldn't have been such a bad thing for Florida if Hurricane Earl had maintained its wind speed and then hung a left at latitude 40 degrees north. That would have taken it through the Big Apple and into New...
  • October in the garden

    Almanac •Average temperatures: High 85, Low 65 •Rainfall: 2.73 inches The Moon 1. Moon phases •New moon October 7 •First quarter October 14 •Full moon October 22 •Last quarter October 30 2. Moon sign planting...
  • Baltimore Sun weather data now online

     
    It's not fully operational yet. We hope to our get archival data back to September 6, 2006 into the database before too long. But after nearly two years of nagging (me) and head-scratching (the IT folks), we have finally managed to......
  • Oh, my ... NWS boosts forecast to 20-28 inches

     
    UPDATE: Let the wild rumpus begin. There are flakes in downtown Baltimore at 11:05 a.m. Meanwhile...The forecast escalation continues. Now the National Weather Service has issued a new Winter Storm Warning that predicts snowfall across the region...
  • Blizzard paralyzes nation's capital: Really

     
    by Mark Silva and updated It was just over a year ago, when a few inches of snow fell on Washington and transformed overnight to a sheet of ice, that President Barack Obama, a winterized Chicagoan, suggested that it's time......