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Coastal Flood Warning For Maryland; No Snow In Ocean City

March 6, 2013

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A coastal flood warning will remain in effect for Ocean City, Maryland, throughout Wednesday and Thursday and into Friday. Some flooding is possible, especially around high tides. No snow in Ocean City and most of the Eastern Shore. Rain. Rain. Rain. And winds 25 mph or so and gusting higher. The most notable aspect of […]

Maryland Coastal Flooding Possible Wednesday and Thursday

March 6, 2013

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Light rain falling in West Ocean City at midnight Wednesday morning. Strong winds associated with Winter Storm Saturn are expected to push water toward Ocean City, Maryland, all day Wednesday and into Thursday. Winds will be coming straight out of the east on Wednesday and then continuing from the north/northeast as the storm moves up […]

Ocean City Hurricane Update 10 p.m. Monday night

October 29, 2012

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10 p.m. Monday. Good news: No injuries or deaths reported today in the Ocean City area. Some minor damage to buildings, but no major property damage confirmed so far, except for the large Ocean City fishing and amusement pier. I’m surprised that, at least in my neighborhood of West Ocean City, this evening’s high tide […]

Ocean City: Street Flooding, Cold and Windy

February 6, 2010

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Ocean City, Maryland, town officials have issued a public safety advisory urging people to avoid  driving in Ocean City. A coastal flood warning is in effect until 6 a.m. Sunday. Some Ocean City streets were flooded Saturday, and motorists are urged to avoid the southern end of Ocean City, where Philadelphia Avenue and St. Louis […]

Snow, High Winds, High Water on Maryland's Eastern Shore

February 4, 2010

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Friday afternoon update for Ocean City: 41 degrees at noon. Light, snow began around 2 p.m., melting as it hits the ground. More later. The marsh in West Ocean City with 12 inches of snow, and in the background, the low skyline of Ocean City just north of the Route 50 bridge. Sunday, Jan. 31, […]