This year Maryland has experienced a colder than normal winter. Creeks, rivers and bays are freezing like we have not seen since sometime in the 70's. It actually feels balmy when we get in the 40's as all our days and nights, as of late, have been below freezing.
Being a Realtor has been tricky this winter. In showing property I have been met with frozen lock boxes, unshoveled driveways and sidewalks, & burst pipes in a vacant home. On the listing side i have checked my own vacant listings every other day and cleaned snow off driveways and walkways. Yes it has been one of those winters.
We are expecting more snow to be heading to Maryland this week. They are talking heavy snow. They are talking major kind of snow. As much as I am looking forward to some warm springy weather as the next person I will admit....a good snow among the streets of Annapolis holds a beauty you just do not get any other time.
You see... There is no given when it comes to Maryland weather. It changes season to season and year to year.
Still looking forward to some warm spring weather though.
It's time to buckle down for another Maryland weather event
About the Author Martha Brown- As a third generation Annapolitan I love to write about my experiences in and out of the real estate market. Licensed since 1992 all with Long & Foster I am a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and a Seller Representation Specialist (SRS) whose passion is homes in the Annapolis MD area and surrounding communities. My goal is to help my clients understand the real estate market and to then make sound real estate decisions.
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