Maryland Survives Round 2 Of Winter Weather
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland got hit with a little more winter weather Tuesday.
Snowfall totals range from less an inch of snow to six inches in Manchester. Most of the snow has moved out of the area.
Bob Turk has a breakdown of what we can expect from here.
For Tuesday, there will be some icy spots west and north of Baltimore.
This was a very quick-moving system and it will be dry most of the afternoon.
Turk says the snow ended in central Maryland shortly after noon. He says most places have two to four inches, with more reported in Carroll County.
This event started Tuesday morning. It was heaviest between 7 a.m. and lunchtime. Some flurries are possible Tuesday afternoon.
Cold temperatures are moving in for the evening. Black ice is possible.
The high will be 32 on Wednesday.
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