Clouds will be fairly widespread Monday, and as a low pressure system tracks eastward across the Tennessee Valley and into the Carolinas late Monday the greater Baltimore area will be on the northern fringes of precipitation. Most of that will take on the form of rain. However, as this precipitation falls into some relatively dry air at the onset, there could be enough cooling caused by evaporation to cause the rain to mix with some wet snowflakes.

At this point, we don’t believe that the precipitation will be heavy enough to cause any snow to accumulate, and whatever rain there is late Monday afternoon or early Monday night should end by around midnight.


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