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Some Roads Slick After Freezing Temperatures Overnight

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — When temperatures dropped overnight, it made re-freezing a real concern for the morning commute.

Andrea Fujii has more on what the roads look like now.

Road crews have been out since Tuesday night preparing for this storm, and it’s been working in the city.  But for points north and west it’s a different story.

Police are trying to figure out if weather played a role in a deadly accident in Perry Hall. One driver was killed.

Road crews worked to keep up as the flakes fell right through Wednesday afternoon’s rush hour.

“Snow is snow.  You gonna get it, whether you like it or not,” said a commuter.

Drivers in Carroll County battled low visibility on the ride home from work as the heaviest snow came down. And with so much moisture on the road, some of it turned back to ice once again. 

The mild winter has spoiled many Marylanders who say they’re just ready for this winter blast to be over.

The State Highway Administration says it will keep salt trucks out as long as necessary to maintain the roads.

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