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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | March 5, 2013
Baltimore appears in for its largest snowfall in at least two years. A storm that has dumped as much as a foot of snow across much of the northern Plains and Midwestern states is due to reach the mid-Atlantic overnight Tuesday. Stay tuned here for forecast updates Tuesday. 5:18 p.m.: National Weather Service forecasters said a tricky rain/snow line and surface air temperatures expected to be slightly above freezing could limit accumulations along Interstate 95. But to the north and west, intense bands of snowfall could form.
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By Scott Dance | April 23, 2012
It's a wet, snowy day in Western Maryland. The storm may not dump as much snow in Maryland as expected, or as much as has already fallen a bit further north, though. Traffic cameras show slick roadways and white on everything else. Forecasters are calling for 2-4 inches in Allegany and Garrett Counties, according to the National Weather Service. Two inches were reported in Frostburg as of 7 a.m., according to a weather spotter report to the National Weather Service.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2011
Heavy rains throughout the day and into the night Wednesday will create the potential for flooding in the Baltimore area, and forecasters say a small amount of snow is possible overnight. As cold air from the north and west filters in to the Baltimore region, temperatures will drop in the evening, said Brian Lasorsa, meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Sterling, Va. An earlier winter weather advisory, calling for 1-2 inches of snow in the city, was canceled after 2:30 p.m. The advisory for the northern half of Baltimore County and Carroll, Harford, Howard and Montgomery counties was lifted by 10 p.m. Light snow was still a possibility as colder air moved into those counties, the weather service said, but accumulations would be less than one inch.
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By FRANK ROYLANCE and FRANK ROYLANCE,Sun Reporter -- Weather Blogger | December 16, 2006
We're back today with Debra Thomas, formerly of Philadelphia. She asks: "I'm experiencing my first December in Baltimore, and it has been lovely. Is it ... a fluke year, or are Baltimore's Decembers (and winters) sunnier than Philly's? If so, why? The Chesapeake Bay?" The bay might moderate temperatures a bit. We do get 2 inches less snow in winter than Philly, on average. Otherwise, both cities see pretty nearly the same winter weather. Face it, Baltimore's just a nicer place. Every day seems sunnier here.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2013
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory in the Baltimore area until 6 a.m. Saturday, saying freezing rain and a trace accumulation of ice could pose travel hazards. With overnight temperatures in the lower 30s, sidewalks and untreated roads, especially bridges and overpasses, may prove slippery, the weather service said. Drivers were encouraged to exercise caution on the road. Text NEWS to 70701 to get Baltimore Sun local news text alerts
SPORTS
By New York Times News Service | January 5, 1994
The great simulcasting experiment, intended to save New York horse racing from the ravages of winter weather by televising races from Florida, was foiled yesterday by winter weather.The snow and ice storm that swept across the East Coast forced Aqueduct Race Track in Queens to cancel its inaugural program of seven live races plus the five that were scheduled to be imported from Gulfstream Park.bTC Racing officials and stewards decided early on that the track was too slippery for jockeys and horses to run the live races and that the roads were too hazardous for the public to travel to the track to bet on the Florida races.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | January 17, 2013
The National Weather Service on Thursday morning canceled a winter weather advisory for most of the Baltimore region, but said that light snow would still fall into the area through this evening. Little to no accumulation is expected. Anne Arundel is also no longer under an advisory. See an updated map of accumulations here. The forecast called for a chance of rain and snow after 4 p.m., and a high near 45 degrees. The chance of precipitation is 30 percent. Rain and snow will likely come before 7 p.m., and then another chance of snow would come between 7 p.m., and 11 p.m., NWS said.
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By New York Times News Service | January 4, 1994
New York ushers in a new era in betting on horse racing today when Aqueduct Race Track and Offtrack Betting parlors across the state take bets on seven live races at Aqueduct plus five that are to be televised from Gulfstream Park in Florida, 1,100 miles away.The format was approved last month by the Legislature and was signed into law by Gov. Mario M. Cuomo as the alternative to closing down winter racing in New York for perhaps six weeks.A new law was required because simulcast betting on "imported" races had been limited to 50 races a year under an earlier law adopted to protect live racing.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | January 28, 2013
An icy commute is expected Monday morning, with all of Central Maryland under a winter weather advisory and several hundredths of an inch of ice accumulation possible, according to the National Weather Service. It could be a treacherous start to a strange and varied week of weather. A wintry mix of precipitation is forecast to start in the early morning, but with some warmer air moving in overhead is expected to switch to freezing rain. Though precipitation is expected to be light, it could cause icing problems on bridges, walkways and highways.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | December 17, 1997
Amid springlike December temperatures, a small group of state and private weather officials met in a bunker in Pikesville yesterday and shivered with anxiety.They were planning what to do if the weather phenomenon known as El Nino turns Maryland into a snowy, icy nightmare this year, as it has in the past when December was unseasonably mild."The greatest risk is when December is very warm," said Barbara Watson, a National Weather Service meteorologist who lectured representatives of 32 organizations at Maryland Emergency Management Agency headquarters.
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