BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For a third time this week, Maryland sees winter weather.
Meteorologist Tim Williams reports.
A period of snow and rain Saturday morning made roads and sidewalks slick, leaving behind a small accumulation.
The steady and heaviest snow, however, stayed just north of Maryland and the Mason Dixon Line.
Rain, mainly before 3 a.m. Some parts of the area will end up with about an inch of snow, others can get a period of freezing rain.
The storm’s departure will cause the wind to start picking up, and most temperatures should peak in the mid or upper 30s on Sunday afternoon.
Colder air is then expected to move in Sunday night and Monday, but will become modified quickly on Tuesday.
The pattern has been “active,” no doubt — and temperatures will remain below the seasonal averages for the next few days.