The busiest travel day of the year is seeing the gamut of winter weather.
Maryland is getting a small taste of winter. Parts of the state are under a Winter Weather Advisory.
Winter weather advisories have been issued across the area and will go into effect as early as 3 a.m. for portions of western Maryland and 6 a.m. for portions of central Maryland lasting through Tuesday afternoon as our next storm system moves into the mid-Atlantic.
Very cold weather is on the way for later Saturday through Sunday.
When it comes to rain and snow, best estimates of what a storm is packing are about to get better.
It may not be in the forecast right now, but the possibility of a snowstorm is always in the cards when we hit winter.
Maryland may see a little snow early Tuesday morning.
The Maryland State Highway Administration says it is refining its salting technique in preparation for winter snow and ice.
The mountain dwellers of far western Maryland know a lot about snow, but a crippling blizzard spawned last year by Superstorm Sandy taught them a painful lesson in emergency preparedness.
In Western Maryland, it’s already starting to feel a little like winter.
The first full week of spring didn’t stop western Maryland from getting several inches of snow.
Our area was right on the freeze line of Monday’s storm. A few degrees either way was the difference between rain or snow.