We hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday! Now, maybe you’re already back home and sleeping off your Black Friday shopping?
The weather today will be mostly cloudy with a high near 36 and a low around 26. Saturday will be rain likely, mainly after 2pm, with a high near 36 and a low around 32. Freezing rain possible between 9pm – 1pm. Sunday will be rainy (mainly before 11am) with a high near 46 and a low of 32.
Susie Gergar Taylor has these views at Deep Creek Lake, MD:
Enjoy nature! Maryland DNR is offering its Maryland Natural Resource magazine subscriptions for just $5! Also, receive a free magazine subscription with a purchase of the Annual State Park and Trail Passport. This pass grants unlimited day-use entry to state parks, unlimited boat launching, and concessions and boat rental discounts!
Also, MD DNR shares the latest fishing report – “Fishing for walleye and yellow perch is good at Deep Creek Lake, along the steeper rocky shorelines and the remaining deep grass. Drifting minnows or fishing them under a slip bobber is a good way to target those species. Casting small crankbaits is a good way to fish for walleye in the evening hours in these same areas…”
Don’t forget the Festival of Trees today and tomorrow at the Garrett County Fairgrounds!
Congratulations are due to Mike’s wife, Jean, and the women from the Civic Club for earning first place for their Festival of Trees entry: “Wooden it be Lovely?” .. stop by and see it!
A Great Small Town Christmas will kick off with a tree lighting ceremony on Friday, December 6th at the community Christmas tree (outside B&O Museum) at 6pm till 8pm.
Will we have a white Christmas?