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Front porch of Boonsboro home in Washington County, Maryland home is buried by snow.
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Front porch of Boonsboro home in Washington County, Maryland home is buried by snow.

DUNDALK, Md. (AP) Some Baltimore County firefighters had to battle a blaze in their own firehouse in Dundalk overnight. A department spokesman says firefighters at the station on Sollers Point Road were alerted by smoke detectors and found the fire in the engine bay around 2:30 a.m. today.

BALTIMORE (AP) The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for much of the Baltimore area and north-central Maryland as the Mid-Atlantic region is hit by its second big snowstorm in a week. Light to moderate snow is expected to fall through the morning as the second wave of the storm begins.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) Maryland officials say another snow storm could end up being worse for roads than the one just days ago that dumped more than 2 feet of snow. Gov. O'Malley says the state is facing the challenge of a dwindling supply of salt in some areas and no room to put any more snow beside roads.

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