The busiest travel day of the year is seeing the gamut of winter weather.
Winter weather is moving into Maryland! Parts of the state are under a Winter Weather Advisory for snow, sleet and freezing rain.
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.
Snow, rain and wind. It was a wild and unusual weather day around Maryland.
The worst of the storm has passed, but what’s still ahead?
It could be the biggest storm in two years to hit our region. Crews across the area are preparing for the worst.
It’s going to be a rainy Saturday instead of a snowy one.
After a cold start with temperatures in the teens (18 degrees at BWI-Marshall), we topped out at 43 degrees this afternoon.
The winter storm continues to cause several delays on the roads, in the air and on the railways.
What a storm! The blizzard that pounded New England, dropped up to 40″ of snow in Connecticut, topped out with wind gusts over 80 mph along the Cape and had a central pressure drop to 973.5 mb.
So as we go forward, the cold wind that picked up Friday evening will be gusty still Saturday, reaching 40 mph at times, and it will be cold despite the return of sunshine.
Rain associated with the offshore storm is shifting east while a band of showers associated with the other storm is moving into the mountains from the west.