With spring just days away, another winter storm is bringing a batch of snow to the D.C.-Baltimore region.
Some Maryland school systems are seeking state relief from scheduling challenges caused by large numbers of snow days.
The city of Havre de Grace says it’s postponing its Mardi Gras parade due to lingering snow and ice from Monday’s winter storm.
Many are lamenting the fact that this winter just doesn’t want to let up. Others are enjoying what may well be the last of many snow days this season.
Airlines are cancelling thousands of flights across the country due to the winter storm, and the Washington area is hardest hit.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray’s annual speech on the state of the district is being postponed by wintry weather.
Annapolis is opening its city parking garages for residents to park their cars ahead of the winter storm.
With upwards of a foot of snow forecasted for parts of the region, following these tips can help to prevent the otherwise inevitable headaches with hazardous winter weather conditions.
As temperatures remain below freezing around the Washington-Baltimore region a day after another snowstorm, schools and governments in the region remained closed or delayed opening.
The second blast of winter weather in as many days is delaying some schools and creating a nightmarish and icy morning commute for drivers in the Washington area.