Monday, March 25, 2013
It snowed throughout much of the day. Let us know what you experienced.
UPDATE (5 p.m.)—The map above, provided by the National Weather Service, shows total snowfall in the Anne Arundel area over the past three days. The map is centered on Anne Arundel County, and dark shades of blue show accumulations of up to six inches. UPDATE (7:45 a.m.)—Wintry weather is expected in the area on Monday morning, with as much as 2-4 inches of snow possible, according to forecasts. Snow was expected to roll in sometime around 4:30 a.m. and continue through much of the day. Temperatures will be near the freezing mark, suggesting that roadways may remain relatively uncovered. It's worth noting that wet and icy road conditions caused serious problems in the area last month. The State Highway Administration said it deployed 2,…
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
See how many inches have fallen in your area with the LIVE map below.
The map above, provided by the National Weather Service, shows total snowfall in the Glen Burnie area during the past three days. The map is centered around the red marker, which is in the middle of Glen Burnie Patch's coverage area, and the map updates every six hours, starting around 2 a.m. each day. Note: This map is not visible on some mobile devices.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
The airport is preparing staff and snow-removal crews for heavy winter precipitation.
Forecasts for the winter storm heading toward the mid-Atlantic are anything but consistent, and crews at the Baltimore-Washington Thurgood Marshall Airport are preparing for the worst, according to airport officials. Although no broad cancelations have been announced, airport spokesperson Jonathan Dean said he does expect airlines to cancel some flights. "It will depend on conditions here and at other markets throughout the East and Midwest," Dean told Patch. He said travelers should check with their airline websites for delays and cancellations tomorrow. As for those travelers who will be at BWI during the worst of the storm, Dean said he doesn't expect many stranded travelers. More than 200 staff and contractors are prepared to clear …
Some reports are predicting significant snow of more than 5 inches throughout the state of Maryland.
Monday, January 28, 2013
Monday's wet weather has melted much of the snow around Glen Burnie, but forecasts predict more winter weather later this week.
The Weather Channel is forecasting that Glen Burnie could see spring-like warmth by Wednesday, but it will only be a temporary respite, as the cold is also expected to return by the end of the week. That said, this snowfall may very well be the largest snow fall for the year. Did you get a chance to snap photos of and snowmen or snow angels? Feel free to share your snow photos below. Get local stories delivered right to your inbox or smartphone everyday with our free newsletter. Simple, fast sign-up here. Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our newsletter
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Friday, January 25, 2013
Officials are warning that the storm Friday afternoon could cause complications. Anne Arundel County Public schools has cancelled all after-school activities.
Updated: (10:52 a.m.)–Weather, highway and school officials are warning that a fast-moving storm Friday afternoon could result in a difficult evening commute. A Winter Weather Advisory have been issued for Anne Arundel County by the National Weather Service for Friday. The advisory is in effect from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday afternoon and and is calling for 1 to 3 inches of accumulation. “Roads will become snow covered and slippery resulting in hazardous travel during the afternoon and evening commute,” according to the advisory, which warned also that the storm could cause limited visibility. Winds will be between 5 and 10 miles per hour and temperatures will be around 20 degrees. State Highway Administration officials in Maryland are also …
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Due to the forecast for inclement weather, all public school-sponsored activities scheduled for Thursday afternoon and evening are canceled.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
The National Weather Service said as much as five inches of snow could come late in the day.
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
According to the National Weather Service, a coastal storm could affect the area later this week.
Another storm is headed our way, but according to the National Weather Service, it’s not expected to pack quite the punch that Hurricane Sandy did. The current forecast calls for rain showers beginning Wednesday, changing to a rain and snow mix at night, according to meteorologist Heather Sheffield. At this point, she said, NWS isn’t expecting any accumulation. The storm will have a “tight gradient of precipitation,” Sheffield said, meaning, essentially, it’s not expected to be a large storm. The storm may extend as far west as the Interstate 95 Corridor, she said, though the location isn’t yet certain. Right now, models show the storm -- which is forming along the southeast coast – moving further east off the coast, “so that’s good for …