Today's forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies and a high near 62 degrees. The low tonight will be around 53 degrees.
Several school systems in Maryland are opening on a delayed schedule today. Here is the full list.
FROM LAST NIGHT...
Baltimore police investigate report of armed individual in Hampden: City police received a report of an armed person in the 1400 block of Union Avenue in Hampden around 6 p.m. Sunday night. Few other details are available.
Ron Smith calls getting Ravens game ball a 'tonic': After the Ravens beat the Cleveland Browns, coach John Harbaugh said that he was giving the game ball to the long-time WBAL talk-show host. In a phone interview, Smith told David Zurawik: "For a moment, I feel better."
Pedestrian injured in Anne Arundel County accident: A 49-year-old woman was transported to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore with serious life-threatening injuries, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department.
Stoglin's 31 points lead Maryland past Notre Dame: The guard finished one point shy of his career high as the Terps picked up a 78-71 victory over Notre Dame in the BB&T Classic at Verizon Center.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Runaway: Rice's 204 yards rushing, strong defense lead way for Ravens over Browns: As a team, the Ravens rushed a team-record 55 times for 290 yards in the 24-10 victory over Cleveland.
Anxious Marylanders await action by Congress on half-dozen bills: From unemployment benefits to employee tax breaks and BRAC funding, state lawmakers have a full agenda.
As temperatures fall, less room for homeless at new shelter: With the cold temperatures coming, officials are trying to come up with a plan for the city's growing homeless population when the temperature dips.
Homeowners aggravated as thieves target copper gutters: "The current criminal interest in copper is the newest twist to an old problem - and one that has long frustrated law enforcement in Baltimore and beyond."
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times