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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

Winter solstice occurs at 6:03 p.m. Sunday 12/19/2014
The winter solstice arrives at 6:03 p.m., bringing the year’s shortest day – with about 9 hours, 24 minutes of daylight in Baltimore.

Some sunshine, wind chills in 30s forecast Friday 12/19/2014
With air temperatures in the 40s and 10-15 mph winds, it is forecast to feel like the 30s throughout the day Friday.

Baltimore expected to hit nuisance flooding 'tipping point' by 2020 12/18/2014
Annapolis has already reached a "tipping point" with more than 30 nuisance flooding events per year, and Baltimore is expected to surpass that total by 2020, according to a NOAA study published Thursday.

Amid record global warmth, Baltimore on pace for coldest year in at least a decade 12/18/2014
Though the globe is expected to have its warmest year on record, in Baltimore, 2014 is pacing to be the coldest year since at least 2003, if not 1996.

Colder air, blustery winds forecast Thursday 12/18/2014
Wind chills in are forecast in the 30s most of the day Thursday as seasonable cold returns.