The big story is the impending nor’easter Monday through Tuesday.
We have had a weather filled morning around the region, with a few inches of snow north and west of the city this morning.
After a snowy Wednesday—it was very pretty I will admit—we now have lots of clouds and very light winds which may cause a bit of very light freezing drizzle overnight,
Carroll County roads are looking pretty good and that’s a testament to the timing of the snow. It came a little later than expected and that gave road crews more time to prepare.
Well, it’s late on a Tuesday night and we have some clear skies around and temps below freezing.
Good evening, well it turned into a relatively mundane Monday in the region with actual temperatures above normal for a change.
We’re approaching our snowiest month.
Sheets of ice covered city and county streets, causing several wrecks, pileups and at least one fatality. The National Weather Service issued the warning after cars were already on the roads.
Saturday was a nice, but chilly day in the area, with the high reaching 34 at BWI.
Official high today at BWI was 34°. That’s around 7° below our average for this time of year and it felt cold despite the abundant sunshine throughout the day.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for parts of Maryland. It has been issued not because a lot of snow is expected, but because the timing will occur during rush hour.
A short wave now moving into the southeastern states will spawn the development of a surface wave just off the southeast coast.