Last month, Carroll County dealt with an ice storm that knocked out power to nearly half its residents. And that was followed by a winter blast that dumped nearly two feet of snow on the county. This time, residents say it’s really not that bad.
There are two parts to this approaching storm. The first part is overspreading the state this afternoon/evening. The second one is still hanging back over the Ohio Valley.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been posted for counties west of Baltimore, starting at midnight. It will be in effect through 2 p.m. Monday for Howard and Montgomery Counties, while it continues through 6 p.m. farther north in Carroll, Frederick, and Washington Counties. Farther west, it’s a Winter Storm Warning for Garrett and Allegany Counties that’s already in effect and will continue through Monday evening.
Alcohol allows people to fall asleep quicker, but causes next day drowsiness.
High pressure early Monday morning is allowing the week to get off to a dry and chilly start. It won’t be quite as chilly as Sunday was, but we’ve got a wave of low pressure that will be forming in the Tennessee Valley later on that will be giving us some minor headaches Tuesday.
A few changes this morning as it looks increasingly likely that we’ll see plain rain for a significant
period of time for only the third time in the past 50+ days.