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By Andrea F. Siegel and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 12, 2010
Footprints in the snow led police officers to a man they believe had just broken into his neighbor's Glen Burnie home Wednesday morning, Anne Arundel County police spokesman Justin Mulcahy said. A 39-year-old woman heard glass break around 2:28 a.m. in her home in the 200 block of Queen Anne Road and went to investigate, he said. When she encountered a man, he ran out, Mulcahy said. Responding officers followed tracks in the snow to another house on the block, where they arrested a man who had wet clothes.
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February 12, 2010
Congratulations to Stephanie Rawlings-Blake on her sudden but exciting promotion from City Council president to mayor of the great city of Baltimore. I think she will do an awesome job. I'm sorry she was "tossed into the deep end of the pool" head first, metaphorically speaking; however, she stepped up to the plate and took charge in organizing city resources to deal with two record-breaking snowstorms back-to-back. It has come to my attention that the city is having a problem with snow disposal ("So much snow and few places to put it," Feb. 10)
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | February 11, 2013
4:56 p.m. UPDATE: The National Weather Service's Baltimore/Washington forecast office has revised its outlook to call for a nearly all-rain event Wednesday into Thursday. Meteorologists expect overnight lows in the upper 30s. Precipitation forecasts have also decreased expected snow accumulation , with virtually no chance of 4 inches or more though still decent chances for an inch in Central Maryland. Stay tuned for any more adjustments to the forecast. Original post as of 12:04 p.m.: Forecasters expect a chance for snow overnight Wednesday into Thursday, at least a few inches of it if the air is cold enough.
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The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2014
We'll continue to update this list of cultural and commercial institutions shutting down or opening late. If you know of additional closings or delays, please note in the comments field. B&O Railroad Museum is closed. Baltimore County Public Library branches are closed. Charles Theatre is closed. Maryland Film Festival screenings for tonight at MICA ("It Felt Like Love") and AMC White Marsh ("Bad Words") are canceled. Maryland Zoo in Baltimore is closed.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2013
Fat, wet flakes of snow mixed with cold rain slickened Wednesday evening commutes and slowed drivers around the region. The snow was expected to be a nuisance come Valentine's Day morning, according to forecasts. Earlier expectations of a more significant snow event have again fallen by the wayside. The heaviest snow, likely a couple of inches at the most, was expected along the Mason-Dixon Line. The National Weather Service was forecasting an inch or less of snow across the region, with most of it falling mixed with rain and failing to stick to pavement.
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February 15, 2010
How wonderful to read the story about the industrious people on Curley Street ("Neighbors dig path toward friendship," Feb. 14). These people are to be commended for not only being thoughtful, considerate neighbors but also resourceful citizens. I have heard many stories from friends of people in their neighborhoods doing the same thing. In my neighborhood people are clearing off their cars and throwing the snow into the street. Then they rail against the city for not coming and taking it away.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | December 28, 2012
Winds are expected to be calmer in the Baltimore area Friday, but still making it feel close to freezing throughout the day. High temperatures are forecast to near 40 degrees, with wind chills in the low- to mid-20s in the morning and lower 30s in the afternoon. A northwest breeze of 10-15 mph is expected through the afternoon. A small craft advisory is in effect on the Chesapeake Bay through 11 a.m. Clouds are expected to move in overnight, bringing snowfall by the wee hours of Saturday morning . The snow is expected to turn to rain and sleet in many areas by the afternoon, with 1-2 inches of snow possible through Saturday evening in Baltimore and points south and 2-4 inches to the north and west.
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February 19, 2010
The past several weeks we have lived through two rather significant snowstorms that have produced a number of observations we would like to address. 1. Snow -- It's only snow and a little deep! Deal with it!! 2. Plow drivers -- Hats off to the plow drivers! They worked ungodly hours and did a good job given the conditions they were addressing. One suggestion for them though: You are high up in your trucks. Think of the small 4-wheeler at that level as you pile up the snow at the corners of the intersection.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2012
Forecasters are watching a weather system that is expected to approach Maryland from the southwest by the middle of next week, but don't expect it to be cold enough to produce snow here. AccuWeather's Henry Margusity is predicting snow possible across an area from the Ohio Valley into the mid-Atlantic and up to New England, but any precision depends on what sort of track the system takes. The National Weather Service's hydrometeorological predictions don't extend out far enough to touch on the possibility, but the Baltimore/Washington forecast office is only calling for a 30 percent chance of rain showers across Tuesday and Wednesday.
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