Baltimore (WJZ) – A wet morning across Baltimore, but the snow for the most part seems to have stayed North.
Some areas in Carroll County and Baltimore County saw snowfall, but road temperatures kept the snow from sticking to the highways and sidewalks. WJZ’s Mike Schuh was in Westminster this morning says the snow was falling consistently, but once hitting the roads would melt.
WJZ’s Marty Bass says the precipitation should end around 9 a.m at the latest. Then the cold will really set in. “This afternoon temps will be in the 35-40° range, and the wind will be blowing,” says Bass. “Tonight we are going to see temps fall to 18°, and that is before a wind chill”
However, the mild winter rebounds in time for the weekend with temperatures again in and around 60 degrees!
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