From Baltimore northward, there was not much more than flurries or a burst of snow out of this storm. That was a different story farther south. So there was officially only a trace of snow at BWI-Marshall but that jumps to .6″ in Charles County, about 1″ of snow in Calvert County, 1-2″ in St. Mary’s County, and between 2-3″ of snow in Wicomico and Worchester Counties. Here are two links to a complete list of snowfall totals:
The storm is gone, but the cool air is going to linger ,and the stormy weather pattern continues. The next storm will stay way off to the south tomorrow but may drag some clouds through. Then, the next one will move our way Wednesday into Thursday. This one could be an interesting one. It will be borderline, but may arrive while temperatures are at or below freezing so there is the chance for some wintry weather at the beginning and then end of this storm.
Temperature-wise, we will be back in the upper 40s again tomorrow and then near 50 on Tuesday. This is still about 10 degrees below normal. Highs will get knocked back down to the 40s again Wednesday and we may not get out of the 40s again Thursday.