The Hagerstown Community Garden is an outlet for citizens and groups around the city to become involved in a great summer outdoor activity – gardening!
It has been four years since the Mid-Atlantic felt an earthquake. Officials describe the risk of the 4State region seeing another earthquake.
Winter is fast approaching, so now is the time to start your plan to protect your furry four-legged friends.
As temperatures drop, the motivation to exercise can drop as well. But there may be some hidden benefits to working out in the cold.
Air Force veteran John Murphy shares his experience serving as a meteorologist, and the role of meteorologists in the military.
From newspapers to our mobile devices, the way meteorologists communicate with the public has evolved over the past century.
Viewer Submitted Severe Weather Photos from the Severe Thunderstorms on Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Severe thunderstorms moved across the region on Tuesday Evening leaving behind lots of damage and plenty of people in the dark without power. The National Weather Service is releasing official damage reports from these thunderstorms.
Severe Thunderstorms moved through the region this afternoon and evening leaving many people without power, and lots of damage behind... WHAG's newscasts were also taken off the air Tuesday Evening due to the severe thunderstorms...
After over 2 inches of rain fell over Northern Washington County, Md., Tuesday Night, leaving some areas under water.
After the severe weather rolled through the area Sunday Night, the National Weather Service says a Tornado did touch down in Berkeley County, West Virginia. Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has the details..
"It only takes about a foot of water to lift a normal automobile and take it down stream."
According to the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington, D.C. it happened Early Friday Morning in Loudoun County, Virginia.
The rain in Frederick County, Maryland lead to dozens of road closures and also suspensions to the Brunswick Line service for the MARC train.
The National Weather Service in Baltimore/Washington has issued River Flood Watches for the Potomac River in Four Different Locations in anticipation of the heavy rain forecast to begin Thursday Night.
Events like what happened on Wednesday Morning are extremely hard to forecast, but Meteorologists at the National Weather Service are paving the way to be able to forecast snow squalls with better accuracy. Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has the details from State College.
As part of Tornado Preparedness Day in Virginia, Businesses, Families, Local & State Government as well as Schools participated in the Statewide Tornado Drill...
As part of Virginia's Tornado Preparedness Day, The National Weather Service and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management will be holding a Statewide Tornado Drill on Tuesday March 11th, 2014 for residents to practice what they would do during a Tornado Warning.