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 1 yr | Baltimore mayor declares travel ban due to snow storm

              Baltimore City Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has declared a travel ban for all non-emergency vehicles starting on early Saturday evening, citing the worsening winter storm that is affecting much of the U.S. East Coast. (more)   


  Baltimore, MD        27 UPDATES

 


 1 yr | Blizzard 2016: Massive winter storm shuts down East Coast

              Winter storm Jonas moved into some of the nation’s largest cities, with gale-force winds spewing snow into Washington DC, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and New York City. More than 8,000 flights into, out of, and within the U.S. because of the East Coast blizzard causing record snowfall and serious coastal flooding. On Friday, airlines canceled 3,100 flights, with another 4,256 canceled on Saturday morning. Cancelations for Sunday have already topped 1,200.   


  Washington, D.C.        27 UPDATES

 


 1 yr | Monster Winter storm eyes East Coast; D.C. and Baltimore under blizzard warnings

              Washington, D.C., and Baltimore were battening down under a blizzard warning on Thursday as a state of emergency was declared in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, as the East Coast prepares for a weekend winter storm that could bury them under two feet of snow. (more)   


  Washington, D.C.        27 UPDATES

 


 1 yr | 2015 was the United States’ second-warmest year on record

              New data shows that 2015 was the United States' second-warmest year on record. Every single state experienced warmer than average weather. The data that was released on Thursday shows several states, like Florida, Montana, Oregon and Washington, experienced record warm temperatures.   


  United States        27 UPDATES

 


 1 yr | Extreme Weather: Coast Guard shuts down Mississippi River near St. Louis

              A 5-mile long section of the Mississippi River has been shut down on Tuesday by the U.S. Coast Guard. According to the agency, hazardous conditions caused by rising river levels in Missouri have led to the decision. Centered near St. Louis, that portion of the river has been closed off to all vessel traffic.   


  St. Louis, MO        27 UPDATES

 





 


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