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.
It looks like we have a more significant precipitation event starting very late Sunday night and continuing Monday with frozen precipitation and slushy covering of snow and sleet possible in and around BWI.
The first week of March saw a drastic contrast in weather. From the mid-Atlantic to New England, rain, snow and winds caused many areas to react.
You didn’t have to climb very high in western Maryland to get a real taste of winter.
Commuters were greeted with mostly wet roads Wednesday morning with no major accidents reported. The wintry mix of snow and rain in our area is making for a gray, wet, icky afternoon.
Ocean City has issued a weather alert due to minor flooding and standing water.
Residents of far western Maryland are shaking off more than a foot of snow.
The worst of the storm has passed, but what’s still ahead?
Maryland’s Bay Bridge is under a wind restriction as a snowstorm moves into the area.
The storm is underway, but in many different forms.
After pummeling the nation’s midsection with heavy snow, a late-winter storm made its way Wednesday to the mid-Atlantic, where residents braced for the possibility of power outages.
“Coffee With” and “People Are Talking” were cancelled because of storm coverage.