Saturday's Storms Cause DamageLightning was a big problem for firefighters Saturday evening. In Geneva there was a house fire started by a lightning strike.
Study Predicts California Will Experience Increased Weather VolatilityA new study says California can expect to see a lot more dramatic weather swings over the next several decades.
Code Blue Alert Expected To End, Warmer Temperatures Are AheadWarmer weather is on the horizon as the Code Blue Alert in Baltimore is expected to end Thursday morning.
Winter Weather On The Way, Advisories For Western, Northern Md.A winter weather advisory is in effect for much of Maryland Tuesday, with a "clipper snowfall" expected, according to WJZ's Marty Bass.
Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Northern MarylandWhile Baltimore's Code Blue ended Monday morning, snow seems to be more likely in the forecast for the week ahead.
Icy And Foggy Conditions Expected For Morning CommuteAs people are getting up for their Wednesday morning commute, the National Weather Service says there is still a need to use some caution in southern Maryland.
Black Ice Creates School Delays, Commuting TroublesRoads were slippery and many school systems had delayed openings Tuesday after a wintry mix of freezing rain and sleet moved across the region Monday.
Slippery Roads Expected Tuesday MorningWhen people get on the roads Tuesday morning, they will not have to worry about snow or temperatures below 20 degrees.
Increased Chances Of Snow For Baltimore And DC AreaThe National Weather service has issued a potential winter commuting hazard for the Washington and Baltimore areas for Thursday morning.
Baltimore's Code Blue Alert Extended As Cold Snap ContinuesThe fourth Code Blue Alert in Baltimore has been extended through Saturday.
Weather Blog: A Small Break From The Bitter ColdThe long New Years weekend is upon us! It's been a great holiday season for long weekends! This year the calander was in our favor.
Baltimore's Code Blue Alert Extended As Cold Weather Chills RegionBaltimore's Cold Blue Alert has been extended through Tuesday, Jan. 2.