Winter weather is moving into Maryland! Heavy rain will be followed by snow in some parts of the state and it could make for a messy commute Thursday. But how much can we expect on the ground?
Another winter storm wreaks havoc across the region. Ice caused trouble on the roads and the big problem is the wind, which knocked out power across the area.
Maryland State Police are reporting scores of accidents on snow-covered highways across central and western Maryland.
Maryland State Highway Administration (SHA) crews are currently responding to a wintry mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet across central and western Maryland.
Garrett County may experience freezing rain and sleet, and the State Highway Administration says it’s prepared.
Temperatures will be mostly in the upper 40s Thursday. Temperatures will wind up in the 20s in most of the typically colder outlying areas and the 30s along the coast and in most of the bigger cities Thursday night
Road conditions may get worse as temperatures drop below freezing.
Authorities say ice and sleet are making driving treacherous in the mountains of far western Maryland.
Authorities say schools and commuter trains in the Washington area are delayed due to wintry weather.
A winter storm dumps several inches of snow on central Maryland.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says its crews are preparing for the latest round of winter weather.