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  • Chilly temperatures to last into early April, climate forecasters say

    Chilly temperatures to last into early April, climate forecasters say
    After a brief warm-up this weekend, chilly temperatures are expected to delay spring weather until about mid-April, according to climate forecasters. March is meanwhile all but assured to be more of a fourth month of winter than a first month of spring....
  • U.S. climate researchers predict heavier rains, snows as globe warms

    U.S. climate researchers predict heavier rains, snows as globe warms
    A recently published study led by U.S. government climate researchers predicts warming global temperatures will mean more moisture in the air, and thus heavier precipitation extremes. The research, reported in the peer-reviewed academic journal...
  • Monday's snowfall bumps seasonal tally to 16th-lowest on record

    Monday's snowfall bumps seasonal tally to 16th-lowest on record
    Depending on how you look at it, snowfall this winter was either a disappointment or an improvement in Baltimore. The seasonal tally of 8 inches through Monday at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport ranks as the 16th least snowy...
  • Winter was 20th mildest for U.S., 15th warmest for Md.

    Winter was 20th mildest for U.S., 15th warmest for Md.
    The average temperature across the country was almost 2 degrees above normal this meteorological winter, ranking as 20th-mildest in the past 118 years, according to climatologists. In Maryland, the winter was even more of an aberration, ranking 15th-...
  • Meteorological winter likely among mildest, least snowy in Baltimore

    Meteorological winter likely among mildest, least snowy in Baltimore
    February could come close to being the second colder-than-normal month in Baltimore in two years, but the meteorological winter is likely to be among the 30 mildest on record for the region when it ends Thursday, according to National Weather Service...
  • Motorists Strongly Urged to Stay off Roadways in Eastern Pa

    Motorists Strongly Urged to Stay off Roadways in Eastern Pa
    UPDATE: Due to the dangerous wind speeds associated with Hurricane Sandy, beginning at 12:30 p.m. today the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) are expanding temporary speed limit reductions...
  • October brought more above-normal temperatures, Sandy's record rainfall

    October brought more above-normal temperatures, Sandy's record rainfall
    October was the 21st consecutive month in Baltimore with a warmer-than-normal average temperature, and it was the second-wettest October on record here thanks to Hurricane Sandy, according to local weather data. The average temperature at BWI Airport was...
  • 90s rare in August, but month still warmer (and wetter) than normal

    90s rare in August, but month still warmer (and wetter) than normal
    Today's expected foray back into the 90s is only the second in more than three weeks. Nevertheless, this month will be among the top quartile of Augusts when it comes to average temperature, at about 2 degrees warmer than normal. BWI Marshall Airport...
  • Summer 2012 was 13th hottest on record, but coolest in three years

    Summer 2012 was 13th hottest on record, but coolest in three years
    Summer 2012 was hot, to be sure, but it was actually also the coolest in three years. The meteorological summer, from June 1 through Aug. 31, was the 13th-hottest on record in Baltimore. The average temperature was 77.3 degrees at BWI Marshall Airport,...
  • California trails in online tools for voters, study finds

     
    This post has been corrected. See below. Why would you want to be in Minnesota in November rather than in sunny California? Because Minnesota has far better online tools for voters than the Golden State, according to a new study......
  • Weather page: Times’ San Clemente temperatures are out to sea

     
    A reader in San Clemente noticed a pattern on the weather page. The reported temperatures for his city frequently were off 3 to 5 degrees and tended to be missing on weekends. Why wasn’t the temperature reported regularly, and from......