BALTIMORE - It's difficult to plan for weather, especially a hurricane. One slight movement could mean Ocean City would either get slammed, or be missed completely.
Wednesday afternoon the storm was upgraded to a category 4 as it moved closer to North Carolina, but it could lose steam again as it heads up the coast, honestly we're more than 2 days away from knowing things for certain.
So once again, in our 3:45pm planning meeting we rolled video to show you how we do things. (Tuesday we showed you a special meeting surrounding just Hurricane Earl coverage) Our news meeting is when we talk about what we've covered, what is live and what we want to cover. We talk about Earl, about the hostage situation in Silver Spring and any other events going on for the night.
Our teams are dispatching to OC and our plans are in place to provide you extended coverage here in Baltimore. Chances are we won't even see a drop of rain here, but if you travel to OC, like so many do, you need to be prepared. And just like yesterday, if you'll be in OC send us your pictures of how Hurricane Earl is impacting your world at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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