All of this rain is associated with a rather frisky cold front that is pushing eastward this afternoon.
A chilly light rain will continue across the region Monday with a few breaks at times.
Change is on the way after a gorgeous April afternoon.
Thursday has seen a few, spotty showers showing up on the regional radar.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says it saw few problems on the roads as rain turned to snow and sleet.
Montgomery County officials say two Gaithersburg homes were evacuated and a nearby road is closed after a retaining wall collapsed amid a weekend of heavy rain.
A band of showers is now over the area and the activity should tend to shift farther east and dwindle away during the course of the afternoon, so the early part of the afternoon is the wettest.
The sky will be clearing early Wednesday, and while the snow has long since ended there will be a brisk and chilly wind to contend with most of the day.
The major snow that fell Sunday night and early Monday has ended, but the cold air still lingers.
Lingering patches of light snow and flurries can be expected into the afternoon, but the heavier snow has moved on out.
Mother Nature won’t go quietly. Another round of winter weather rears its head.
Maryland is in the bullseye for severe t-storm potential Wednesday afternoon and evening.