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Scott Dance
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

Frost advisory issued west of I-95 amid gradual warm-up 4/17/2014
One more time: A frost advisory has been issued for areas west of Interstate 95 as the region gradually warms out of a cold snap.

Highs in upper 50s, more sunshine forecast Thursday 4/17/2014
Slightly milder weather is forecast Thursday, with highs in the upper 50s and mostly sunny skies.

Freeze warning issued again, putting early fruit crops at risk 4/16/2014
Overnight lows forecast in 20s and 30s for second consecutive day The long, cold winter was good to farmers and gardeners as frigid temperatures and blankets of snow helped kill pests and moisten soil. So when spring arrived, early bloomers surged to life.

Sunshine, temperatures in 40s forecast Wednesday 4/16/2014
Unseasonably cold temperatures are here Wednesday, with highs around 50 degrees after an early morning freeze.

Several are rescued after downpours cause flash flooding 4/15/2014
Homeless woman in Glen Burnie swept down creek; two pulled from van roof in Baltimore A homeless woman whose wooded campsite in Glen Burnie was swallowed by flash flooding amid heavy rain Tuesday morning was swept 3,000 feet down a creek — including through a culvert beneath Governor Ritchie Highway — before being rescued.