BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Parts of Maryland may see some snow Sunday. While the forecast won’t be 100 percent set until Saturday night or early Sunday, it looks like most of the snow will be to our south.
Clouds will increase statewide until about noon. Rain will begin around noon, mostly south of Baltimore and in eastern and southern Maryland.
By 3 p.m., the rain will have reached the city, as well as points east and west (Cecil County to Garrett County).
Between 3 and 9 p.m., the rain will change to wet snow showers and temperatures will drop.
NORTH AND WEST: In the higher elevations of far Western Maryland, there could be 1-2″ of snow. But then again, this depends on the path of the storm. This area could see some snow if the track moves north, but if the track stays south, these parts of the state may not see any snow.
SOUTH: Areas south of Baltimore will see the most accumulation, but even so, the most snow anyone will get is between two and four inches and that will be around D.C.
METRO: The city may not see any accumulation.
By midnight, the snow will end. Some freezing may be possible on untreated roads.