Areas from the mid-Atlantic into the Northeast are in for one more round of snow Tuesday as a “powerhouse storm” develops off of the East Coast.
Overall, amounts average 6-12 around the city and nearby areas. BUT there has been an issue with snow being reluctant to spread to parts of the Eastern Shore so we are thinking that amounts will be somewhat lower there, especially south of the Bay Bridge and Route 50 with some places down that way only getting 3-6 inches.
More clouds than sun will be the name of the game for the rest of Tuesday and Wednesday as temps continue to trend mild. We will top out Tuesday with highs in the mid/upper 50s and then low 60s for Wednesday.
Rain will come to an end early Tuesday afternoon. When it moves away, winds will turn around to the west and bring drier air into Maryland. We may even see some sunshine mix with the clouds before sunset – remember, we do have an extra hour to work with now.
The city of Baltimore will celebrate the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens with a parade on Tuesday.
Amtrak says it has canceled all Tuesday service in the Northeast due to high winds and heavy rain from Hurricane Sandy.
A committee of lawmakers has put off a meeting to resolve budget proposal differences between the state Senate and House of Delegates.
Don’t be surprised if you hear some loud blasts near the Aberdeen Proving Ground Tuesday.
Kinklings are a Frederick County Shrove Tuesday tradition, and next Tuesday morning, the Carroll Manor Fire Co. will be selling 500 dozen of them.
Lottery players in states that play Mega Millions are getting the chance to vie for the one of the largest lottery prizes in U.S. history.
Cross your fingers for clear skies overnight because there will be a total eclipse of the moon and everyone in Maryland should be able to see it…if they can stay awake.