Maryland caps off a wild week of winter weather with yet another round of snow.
The nation’s capital and surrounding area shut down Thursday as snow blanketed the region, dumping nearly 9 inches in Washington and more than 2 feet in one part of Baltimore County.
The next surge of bitterly cold air is just a few hours away from arriving in central Maryland.
The National Weather Service says snowfall records have been broken at the three airports in the region and there are reports of up to 11 inches of snowfall in some parts of the mid-Atlantic region.
Maryland could see the first snowfall of 2014 with accumulations between two and four inches in the Baltimore area.
Maryland could see the first snowfall of 2014. It’s also going to be brutally cold over the next few days.
For many of the mid-Atlantic states, especially Maryland, Delaware and northern Va., Tuesday marked our second disruptive snowfall in just three days.
The first full week of spring didn’t stop western Maryland from getting several inches of snow.
When vehicles slid off roads in a surprise Christmas Eve snowfall, traffic snarled, making for upset motorists and many calls for tow trucks. Heavy snow is big business for many enterprises, and a winter without a lot of the white stuff, such as in early 2012, can be a bummer for business owners.
The snow came and went! Saturday morning, the snowfall left a blanket of snow, making for wet roads.
Across the state, any signs of fall are completely trumped by signs of winter, even though it’s nearly two months away.
The National Weather Service says north-central and northeastern Maryland have received the heaviest snowfall from a winter storm.