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  • Climate change and health: How vulnerable is your city?

     
    As temperatures rise, so could the threats to your health. Climate experts predict average temperatures in California could rise between 4.7 to 10.5 degrees Fahrenheit by the end of this century, potentially worsening illnesses related to extreme heat and...
  • Below-normal temps by 2nd half of the week

     
    Central Maryland could see a few showers and thunderstorms along with 90-degree weather during the next few days as a series of cold fronts approach, and pass through the area. But beyond Wednesday, skies should clear behind the last of......
  • The Dry Garden: How to water and mulch in the heat of summer

     
    Atop California gardeners' to-do list in August and September: irrigate and mulch....
  • Terrific rainstorm in downtown Baltimore

     
    It's been absolutely pouring in downtown Baltimore since shortly after 6 p.m. There were no warnings from the weather service. There is almost nothing showing on radar. But the streets are full of water, the visibility is much reduced in heavy......
  • Is nature doing what the climate models predict?

     
    An increase in extreme floods predicted by climate change models has yet to occur....
  • Which is the coolest month of summer?

     
    FROM TODAY'S PRINT EDITIONS:John Polyniak, in Lake Shore, writes: “Hi Frank. Summer starts in June and ends in September. Which month is hotter on average?” The average temperature for June in Baltimore is 72.4 degrees. The average for...
  • Worst of Irene's winds may hit Mt. Washington (NH)

     
    Weather observers on top of Mt. Washington (in New Hampshire), say they're already seeing the effects of Tropical Storm Irene. But the strongest winds are not expected until tonight. Their forecast calls for winds to gust tonight to more than......
  • Northbound lanes of Interstate 15 reopened; brush fire along Cajon Pass continues to burn [Updated]

     
    North bound lanes of I-15 reopened after brush fire swept through the area. Three northbound I-15 lanes have reopened after a fast-moving brush fire along the Cajon Pass swept through the area, scorching more than 500 acres and prompting the evacuation of...
  • Cajon Pass fire grows to 800 acres; southbound lanes of I-15 still closed [Updated]

     
    A brush fire along the Cajon Pass has grown to about 800 acres, with mandatory evacuations still in effect in some areas while the southbound lanes of Interstate 15 are expected to remain closed until at least Saturday morning, officials said....
  • Clean natural gas? Not so fast, study says

     
    “Relying more on natural gas would reduce emissions of carbon dioxide, but it would do little to help solve the climate problem,” says Wigley, who is also an adjunct professor at the University of Adelaide in Australia. “It would be many...
  • U.S. endures second-hottest summer on record

     
    Texas had its driest summer on record, with a statewide average of 2.44 inches of rain, more than five inches below the long-term average, and one inch less than the previous driest summer in 1956. New Mexico had its second driest summer and Oklahoma...