The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for parts of Maryland until 4 p.m. Wednesday. The snow stopped early Wednesday morning but the wet aftermath may cause slippery roads for the morning commute. Read the full forecast.
WASHINGTON — Spring may be two weeks away but winter is rallying for, what is hopefully, its last hurrah.
Rain turned into snow Tuesday night, but much of the snow came to a stop early Wednesday morning,
The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory until 4 p.m. Wednesday for parts of Maryland including Frederick, Southern Baltimore, Anne Arundel County, and parts of Howard County.
However, the NWS released a total snow forecast early Wednesday morning showing less than one inch of accumulation by 7 a.m. in most parts of the region. The heaviest snowfall totals will be north of Baltimore with 6-to-8 inches.
This is our total snow forecast, which includes snow which has fallen since yesterday. There remains uncertainty with the final totals, however. Winter Storm Warnings and Winter Weather Advisories are in effect for parts of the area – see https://t.co/jmfOhA5LNv for details. pic.twitter.com/jVOBj9ypW8
Storm Team4’s Chuck Bell said that this winter weather event was “just a bit outside” of the immediate D.C.-area. But those traveling north on Wednesday should take extra care.
Temperatures at 5:30am are almost all above freezing. It's cold enough to support some wet snow but warm enough to keep the roads from icing over. That said, take it easy out there this morning. High low/mid 40s later today. #Working4Youpic.twitter.com/Wvabhbmvrl