BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A new storm is moving through Maryland that is bringing a mix of rain and snow to the state. Some accumulations are possible Wednesday night.
Baltimore County emergency management officials say they are beginning to treat roads in some areas of the county. Crews are in the northern and western regions there, because snow is beginning to stick to the roads. They say they’ll be treating the roads throughout the night.
WJZ’s First Warning Weather Team has more.
“This is not going to be a big storm for Maryland,” said Meteorologist Bernadette Woods.
Here’s a breakdown.
Wednesday evening: Afternoon rain changes to snow from northwest to southeast. Initially, the snow will melt on the warm roads. But after sunset (5:41 p.m.), colder air will get pulled into the storm and we will start seeing some accumulation.
Wednesday night: Some accumulating snow is possible.
Thursday morning: Storm moves away and sunshine returns.
4″+ for extreme western Maryland
1-2″ for northern tier counties (line cutting from southern Cecil Co. over to the northern part of the Beltway to southern Frederick Co.)
Coating-1″ for the central Eastern Shore, Baltimore City down to Anne Arundel County, over to D.C.
Little or nothing for southern Maryland and the lower Eastern Shore