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December 11, 2006|By FRANK ROYLANCE | FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

Remember where you were Dec. 10-12, 1992? Maryland was in the middle of a three-day nor'easter, one of the worst ever to strike the region. Wind and 10-foot waves caused flooding in Ocean City. BWI clocked 3.3 inches of rain and 120,000 people in the region lost power. Two feet of snow landed on Allegany County, 3 feet in Garrett, stranding drivers, knocking down trees and utility lines. Hurricane-force winds and waves smacked the coast from here to New England. This week looks way better.

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