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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Winter weather is moving into Maryland! Parts of the state are under a Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisory.

Heavy rain will be followed by snow in some parts of the state and it could make for a messy commute Thursday. But how much can we expect on the ground? 

WJZ’s First Warning Weather Team has more.

Here’s a breakdown.

TIMELINE:
Thursday around noon, a light rain will begin. Temperatures will be in the upper 30s.

From 3-6 p.m., it will change to sleet and then snow. Temperatures will fall to the mid-to-low 30s.

From 6 p.m. until midnight, the snow will continue and then end. Temperatures will be in the upper 20s to low 30s.

NORTH:
Very light snow expected. Between a coating to an inch is expected.

METRO:
Around an inch or a bit more just south of the city. Most will fall late afternoon and at night.

SOUTH:
The heaviest snow will fall south of Annapolis, in southern Maryland and the Eastern Shore. Snowfall between two and four inches is likely but it could be up to six inches.

The wintry weather could impact travel on the roads, causing limited visibility. Drivers are asked to use caution.

Check: Current Conditions| Radar & Maps

FOLLOWING THE STORM:
Friday morning, anything that falls will freeze. Drivers are advised to watch out for any icy spots on their commute.

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