Today's forecast calls for rain, heavy at times with temperatures falling throughout the day after starting in the low 60s. A winter weather advisory for snow is in effect for Northeastern Maryland from 7 p.m. today until 3 a.m. tomorrow morning. The low temperature will be around 32 degrees.
Here are today's morning traffic issues.
REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR
Edenwald residents recall infamy and impact of Pearl Harbor On this 70th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack, residents of Edenwald Retirement Community in Towson share their memories of Dec. 7, 1941 and the resulting World War II.
Opinion: Remembering Pearl Harbor: 'We shall win' Here is an editorial from The Baltimore Sun on Dec. 8, 1941, which includes the declaration: "We have the right on our side. We have our unmeasured force. We shall win."
U.S., Maryland flags to be lowered in memory of Pearl Harbor: Gov. Martin O'Malley has ordered flags to be lowered to mark the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
FROM LAST NIGHT...
Pedestrian struck by light rail, taken to hospital: A man was struck yesterday afternoon by a light rail train just north of the Patapsco Station, according to Terry Owens, a spokesman for Maryland Transit Administration. He was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center and police are investigating the incident, Owens said.
An afternoon with Ron Smith talking politics, football and media: The Baltimore Sun's David Zurawik visited the longtime WBAL Radio host at his home in Pennsylvania yesterday.
Men charged in murder-for-hire after attorney's alleged disclosure: Prosecutors announced Tuesday that they have charged Tavon Davis, 24, and Bruce Eric Byrd, 26, with Isiah Callaway's murder in April, in a case that could bring the death penalty.
Dan Duquette's goal is for Orioles to be '.500 or better' in 2012: "That's quite an ambitious goal, especially when you consider that the Orioles haven't won more than 70 games since 2005 and haven't had a winning season since they finished 20 games ahead of Duquette's fourth-place Red Sox on the way to their last division title in 1997," writes The Baltimore Sun's Peter Schmuck.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Schurick guilty of election fraud in robocall case: The former aide to Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. was found guilty on all four counts, including election fraud and failing to include an Ehrlich campaign authorization line on the calls. After the verdict was read, Schurick clutched his wife, who burst into tears.
Dan Rodricks: Drawing the line in a cutthroat business of politics: "The big deal is that this particular scheme cuts deep, to where a lot of people live, people who do not take lightly the right to vote and who have memories of poll taxes and literacy tests."
Teaching about HIV/AIDS in the church: Some ministers and church leaders don't like to discuss the disease because of the sensitive nature of the topic, which involves delving into topics -- gay sex, promiscuity and drug use -- that churches may not want to be seen as embracing or condoning.
Wine Advocate critic resigns amid payment allegations: A Baltimore-area oenophile has resigned as a critic for the influential Wine Advocate in the wake of allegations that a representative sought payments from vineyards for him to visit them.
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]