Wintry Mix Heading Into Maryland—What To Expect?

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A significant amount of rain and sleet are expected in parts of Maryland. A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted for counties west of Baltimore, starting at midnight tonight.

A Winter Storm Warning is also in effect in Garrett and extreme western Allegany counties from 6 p.m. Sunday to 6 p.m. Monday.

Meteorologist Bernadette Woods has a closer look at what this means for our area.

WEATHER BLOG: Winter’s Not Finished Just Yet

TIMELINE:

Tonight:

Rain/snow mix breaks out.

Overnight:

Changes to more snow and sleet for most of the Baltimore region west.

Monday morning:

Any wintry weather starts mixing with rain again around Baltimore, but hangs on north and west of the city.

Monday during the day:

Warmer air will slowly spread up and over the state from the south -changing anything wintry over to rain.

Monday night:

Rain.

Accumulations:

Slushy coating possible on non-paved surfaces around Baltimore.

1-2″ with sleet and rain mixed in for Carroll, Frederick, and maybe northern Baltimore Counties

1-3″ with sleet and rain mixed in for Washington County

3-6″ with sleet mixed in for Garrett and Allegany Counties

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