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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

Storm drops wet snow across region, rainy slush along I-95 11/26/2014
Several inches of snow fell across the northern tier of Maryland on Wednesday, with a slushy mess of wet snow and rain for travelers along the Interstate 95 corridor.

What you need to know about pre-Thanksgiving storm 11/25/2014
A slushy mess is forecast to descend on the Interstate 95 corridor Wednesday, with heavy snow to the north and west. Here is what you need to know about when it's coming and what to expect.

Storm to drop wintry mess on Thanksgiving travelers 11/24/2014
Though temperatures neared a record high Monday, a wintry blast looms for the busiest travel day of the year Wednesday, with a mess of rain turning to snow expected along Interstate 95 and more than 6 inches of snow possible farther inland.

Forecasters predicting 'heavy snow' for Northeast on Wednesday 11/24/2014
Several inches of snow are possible west of Interstate 95 on Wednesday, but more of a wintry mix of rain and snow is expected for Thanksgiving travelers along the busy corridor, according to the National Weather Service.

Record warmth forecast Monday; snow chances Wednesday 11/24/2014
Warming temperatures could threaten a record in Baltimore on Monday, but just two days later, forecasters are watching chances for a snowy mess the day before Thanksgiving.