One more Winter day, and one day closer to Spring. Literally!!! Let me ‘splain Lucy…
Our snow storm here has ended, but the cold remains. Tonight we may break a low temperature record by morning.
Temperatures very close to the surface are taking a little while to drop, so a steady (and locally heavy) snowfall should continue to spread from southwest to northeast . Anticipate slick spots as the temperature plummets […]
The focus for the heaviest snow is across the Baltimore metro area for late tonight into tomorrow. This is the area with the longest duration snow.
Ya want a next snow event time line you get a next snow event time line.
A winter storm watch will be in effect for later Wednesday night through the day on Thursday for almost all of Maryland!
A day long freezing rain and drizzle after a bit of morning snow ,has left a glaze on just about every object outdoors tonight.
Snow is arriving through noon; quickly mixing with and changing to sleet and freezing rain between noon and 3 PM from south to north; ice ending between 10 PM and midnight, ending as freezing drizzle or plain drizzle thereafter.
Another weekend, another impactful storm on the horizon for the greater Northeast!
Another very chilly night for this time of the year is on tap. The record low for tomorrow is 5 above, set back in 1934.
Another winter weather event has ended, and luckily, most of the region survived this one very well!
It’s a dry Wednesday so far, but that’s about to change again!