BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for several Maryland counties this morning.
There could be between two and four inches of snow accumulation in the Baltimore area.
The advisory, which affects Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Harford County, Howard County, Carroll County and others, remains in effect through 9 a.m. Thursday.
According to WJZ meteorologist Bob Turk, We will see a wet and possibly heavy snow for a few hours this morning with impacts on the morning commute likely.
We will see an end to the precipitation by about 10 or 11 am and some sun may appear along with very windy conditions. The roads are still very warm due to our recent high temperatures, so most of the streets will be just wet until it gets colder later in the day.
“Northern areas will see heavier amounts, and roads near the Mason-Dixon line will likely get snow covered and slick,” Bob says. “Across most of the region about 1 to 3 inches is likely, less south of the City with more north. It will remain cold on Friday, but another big warm-up is on tap for the weekend!”
Stay with WJZ for your latest First Warning Weather forecast.