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Baltimore, MD
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

Snow again: Winter storm could bring 2 inches of snow, sleet, freezing rain 2/28/2015
The wintry weather patterns that unleashed snow, ice and bitter cold throughout the region in January and February will continue into March.

Bay ice challenges commerce, navigation and fishing 2/27/2015
Sheets of ice up to a foot thick in the Chesapeake Bay have beached small boats and fishermen, hampered operations at the port of Baltimore and kept one Coast Guard cutter busy tending to stranded islanders for more than a week amid the worst freeze in decades.

Wind chills in teens forecast Friday 2/27/2015
Frigid air returns Friday, with temperatures in the 20s throughout the day bringing slick conditions after sun and temperatures in the mid-30s brought some melting Thursday.

1-3 inches of snow reported around region, closing schools 2/26/2015
The National Weather Service reported 1-3 inches of snow around the Baltimore area Thursday morning, with the highest totals in Anne Arundel County.

Temperatures forecast to surpass freezing Wednesday afternoon 2/25/2015
Air temperatures are forecast to rise above freezing Wednesday afternoon, but wind chills are expected to make it feel 5-10 degrees colder.