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Scott Dance
Reporter
My Role

I'm a reporter covering all types of science discoveries with ties to Maryland institutions, and I cover weather news and trends for the Maryland Weather blog.
My Biography

Scott Dance is a native of Timonium and graduate of Dulaney High School and the University of Maryland, College Park. He spent four years working at The Diamondback, the campus daily in College Park, editing and covering the university administration and State House. After a stint covering Lowcountry life in Beaufort, S.C., Scott spent five years covering all sides of Baltimore's startup and corporate cultures for the Baltimore Business Journal. He is a Patterson Park resident.
My Recent Articles

Tsunami warning issued for parts of Pacific after earthquake 3/29/2015
A powerful earthquake struck near the South Pacific nation of Papua New Guinea on Monday, prompting officials to warn that hazardous tsunami waves could affect some coastlines in the Pacific.

Snow flurries likely Saturday 3/28/2015
Don’t be surprised to see a few snowflakes in the Baltimore area on Saturday morning.

Slight chance of some snow on Saturday 3/27/2015
Spring continues to be slow to really begin as March nears its close. Case in point: There is a 30% chance of snow showers on Saturday afternoon, the National Weather Service says. The high is forecast to be 42. Accuweather says there may be light snow covering the ground in some parts of the...

Rain hits for Friday's morning commute 3/27/2015
Rain on Friday morning in the Baltimore region is expected to cause some problems for the morning commute, but temperatures will stay well above freezing, according to the national Weather Service.

1 dead, 15 hurt when tornadoes hit Oklahoma, Arkansas 3/26/2015
The first batch of severe weather in this year's tornado season devastated an Oklahoma mobile home park, as storms across the area damaged buildings, tore off roofs and left debris strewn across roads. One person was killed and several were injured.