The monster blizzard affecting the northeast is causing problems for some travelers here in Baltimore.
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.
Precipitation will be starting in the Greater Baltimore Area between 4 and 7 p.m. today.
Carroll County roads are looking pretty good and that’s a testament to the timing of the snow. It came a little later than expected and that gave road crews more time to prepare.
Cloudy with highs in the 40’s in Baltimore on Tuesday.
Motorists are being advised to monitor weather conditions with the possibility of snowfall for Wednesday morning.
Right now, many are dealing with the aftermath of a flash freeze that paralyzed parts of Maryland Sunday morning.
A winter weather advisory is in effect for parts of Maryland. It has been issued not because a lot of snow is expected, but because the timing will occur during rush hour.
Rain is set to continue across the region until later this evening.
Snow began falling across the Baltimore metro region this morning and is expected to continue through the early afternoon.
If you have to travel this week, consider doing it on Tuesday. Accuweather is calling Wednesday a “travel nightmare.”