A winter storm packing snow and Arctic cold slammed the northeastern United States on Tuesday, grounding 3,000 flights, shutting down governments and schools and making travel a potential nightmare for millions. -Reuters
More than 50 years ago in 1960, snow fell across Baltimore for the first snow day of the year, one that struck early in the season on Dec. 11 and Dec. 12. The snowfall left about a foot of snow in western Maryland as well as 14 inches at Baltimore and Greenbelt.
The Daylight Saving change may have cut the daylight a little shorter, but it also has made for some stunning early evening skies for those after-work commutes. Take a look at the some of the memorable skyline shots from Baltimore Sun photographers throughout the years, and some reader photos of recent skies.