From Harford County government:
Snow Emergency Information…
Harford County Roadway Status Hotline – 410-638-3009
Harford County Information Line – 410-838-5800
Blizzard Warning – Harford County has been placed under a Blizzard Warning and the possibility of an additional 11 inches of snow are likely. Blizzard type conditions will occur and near WHITEOUT visibility will occur through this evening and snow drifts of 6′ are likely.
This is an extremely dangerous situation and we remind people to stay home and not drive. Motorists who become disabled or stranded along the road are urged not to leave their vehicle and call 911 to report their location and to activate their emergency flashers. As of 10 a.m. more than 8,400 citizens throughout Harford County have lost power. To assist citizens who may need emergency shelter from the cold, or who have lost power in their homes, four Harford County volunteer fire stations are being opened. Please call our Harford County Information Line at 410-838-5800 for the address of these stations.
Harford County government has also announced it will be closed Thursday. No decision has been made yet for Friday.
snowingggg!!!! global cooling in action.
Gotta love how people were still driving their little cars and RWD trucks even after they were warned. Goes to show you just how dumb the general public nowadays.
Wonder how school buildings are doing after this latest storm. Considering most of the schools have flat roofs and many get leaks after a little bit of rain, I can only imagine the condition of some of the buildings. Not going to be a fun job getting schools reopened!
vietnam vet says
I Do know they were shoveling, snow away from the roof drain’s. but does not mean the roof’s won’t cave in.
We’re up here on Amoss Mill road, right down the street from a fire station, a sheriff lives on our street, and we’re still not plowed!! Usually done the day after, but not this time…fact is, I couldn’t go anywhere if I had too!!