Monday, March 25, 2013
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Monday, March 25
That groundhog was a liar. Wintry weather is expected in the Severna Park 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. Monday and continue through much of the day. The State Highway Administration said it deployed 2,700 crews to treat and clear roadways Monday morning. Do you have any snow photos to share? You can upload them to Patch by clicking the "Upload Photos and Videos" tab. If you post photos to Instagram, tag them #SnowDaySevernaPark.
Thursday, January 24, 2013
A few readers reported that there was ice on Benfield Road Thursday morning.
Severna Park saw one of its first real dustings of snow Thursday morning. Anne Arundel County Public Schools were delayed two hours and some local roads had problems with ice. A few readers commented that there was ice on Benfield Road, making it difficult to get up the hill. You can share your snow photos on Patch by clicking the “Upload Photos and Video” tab.
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Did you take photos of the snow this morning? Share them on Patch.
The snow was a little late for a white Christmas and didn't last very long, but some areas of Severna Park saw some flakes Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Anne Arundel County on Wednesday as snow turned to hail and rain. According to WBAL, numerous accidents were reported throughout the day in Maryland, and the roads will continue to be icy into the evening hours. Did you take any pictures of snow in Severna Park on Wednesday? Share them on Patch by clicking the "Upload Photos and Video" tab.
Monday, February 21, 2011
The winter storm could produce up to 8 inches of snow, sleet and heavy winds until 7 a.m.
A winter storm warning is in effect until 7 a.m. and could cause power outages after last weekend’s heavy winds. Trees and branches may be more susceptible to breaking, causing outages for Severna Park and Anne Arundel County residents, according to a release from Baltimore Gas and Electric (BGE). “The combination of ice and heavy wet snow will weigh down trees and tree limbs—many of which were weakened by last week’s windstorm—causing them to fall onto power lines and other electric delivery equipment and interrupting electric service,” according to the release. Marylanders got a tease of spring last week with temperatures exceeding 70 degrees, but winter looks set to rear its ugly head as the National Weather Service (NWS) is …
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
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Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Patch contributor Lori Phelan sent over a few photos of Severna Park's light blanket of snow. Severn School and Severna Park Elementary Schools are looking winter-ish today. The roads are mostly clear but work continues. The SHA urges motorists to visit www.roads.maryland.gov and click the CHART icon for the latest road conditions and live traffic cameras for travel planning. Also, remember to get all of the snow and ice off your vehicle as blowing snow on the roadways can be dangerous to other motorists. Clean sidewalks, don't forget your poop bags when walking your pet, when the snow melts, the poop doesn't. Have a great photo of your kids playing after school? Your dog bounding around in the white stuff? Send it over!
Public Schools Delayed, AACC in at 10am.
Keep your speed down when traveling today.
The stop and start of light snow in Severna Park on Tuesday afternoon was a prelude to the steady snow that started around 7pm and continued through the night. The snow totals for our area continued to drop throughout the day leaving us with a little over an inch of snow by Wednesday morning. Public school starting two hours late, visit aacps.org for information. Severn School two hours late, St. John the Evangelist School, one hour late. Anne Arundel Community College opens at 1o am. Drive safely.
Saturday, December 25, 2010
National Weather Service issues alert that coming winter storm could impact holiday travelers.
At 9:08am this morning, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Watch in effect from Christmas Day through late Sunday night. The Watch is now officially a Warning for the Baltimore Metro Region and all areas East of I95. The alert said that the Christmas Day storm is expected to move in from the south bringing snow accumulations of five inches or more. The storm is expected to arrive late tonight and continue through Sunday night or early Monday morning. Temperatures should remain in the upper 20s and low 30s. Winds are expected to be from the north tonight, 10 to 15 mph, gusting to 30 mph on Sunday afternoon. In the storm alert, the NWS noted that there is a "potential for significant snow accumulations that my impact …