ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Environment Maryland will join federal and local officials in Maryland to unveil a new extreme weather map.
Rep. John Sarbanes is scheduled to attend the event on Thursday in Annapolis.
The interactive map will show that 90 percent of Maryland residents live in counties recently affected by extreme weather disasters in recent years.
Michael O'Connell, chief of the Anne Arundel County Office of Emergency Management, is scheduled to attend, along with Lisa Craig, the chief of historic preservation in Annapolis.