So we will lose Winter Weather Advisories by 10 AM, but as that great weather dude Yogi Berra once said, “It ain’t over till it’s over.”
A winter weather advisory is now canceled across Maryland.
As a winter storm moves through the region, making its way northeast, meteorologists say Mid-Atlantic residents should brace for more scattered snow showers, sleet and icy conditions Monday night.
State agencies are preparing for a potentially messy commute on Tuesday.
The snow has begun across much of the region and more light to moderate snow showers can be expected throughout the day.
Marylanders should expect slick roads this morning as snow is falling across Maryland.
Winter blast on the horizon. Emergency personnel across the state are preparing for several inches of snowfall.
Marylanders are bracing for what will likely become accumulating snowfall.
Harford County residents can now track how clear their local roads are during major storms with a new tracking service.
Precipitation will be starting in the Greater Baltimore Area between 4 and 7 p.m. today.
Some messy weather in Maryland, and more may be on the way. Weekend drivers: beware.
So here is the deal on the upcoming snow.