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.
Rain/snow mix breaks out.
Changes to more snow and sleet for most of the Baltimore region west.
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.
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