Potomac Edison says more than 34,000 customers in western Maryland were without power at one point during October’s snowstorm.
When a rare October snowstorm blew into Maryland, it hit hardest in the western part of the state, where it still coats the hills in Frostburg.
BGE is monitoring the weather and is prepared for possible electric service interruptions caused by rain, forecasted snow and high wind gusts.
Rain is coming down at a pretty good pace in Baltimore now and looks like precip continues pretty steady and heavy into early this afternoon.
To give you an idea of how rare snow in October is, just one inch at Baltimore/Washington Airport would make this the second snowiest October day ever.