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December 27, 2007|By FRANK ROYLANCE | FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger

Someone asked about Baltimore's worst ice storm. Emily Johnston of Westminster remembers how the icy blasts of January and February 1994 killed the buds on her grapevines and cut the harvest by three-quarters. Stephanie Leddy of Reisterstown says, "I had to wear golf shoes to take my dog out." Jeff Brauner of Baltimore recalls the Jan. 14-15 storm in 1999 that cut power to 332,000 BGE customers, many for five days. National Guard troops delivered dry ice, but the Polar Bear Plunge was unruffled.

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