By Marty Bass

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The snow storm here has ended, but the cold remains.

Marty Bass reports we broke a record low temperature Friday morning.

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WJZ’s First Warning Weather team monitoring conditions:

The heaviest snow fell in the Baltimore metro region. Generally, we saw about 5 to 8 inches.

As much as 11.5 inches fell in some spots in northern Carroll County.

Beginning late Thursday night, another wind chill advisory goes into effect for northern sections of Maryland. Wind chills overnight could get down to 0 to 15 below.

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Warmer temperatures will be coming by the weekend.

Snowfall totals reported by WJZ First Warning Weather Watchers:

  • Lineboro — 12.5″
  • Frederick — 10.5″
  • Millers — 9.8″
  • Cavetown — 9.5″
  • Westminster — 7.8″
  • TV Hill — 8.8″
  • Ellicott City — 8.3″
  • Dundalk — 6.8″
  • Long Green — 6.5″
  • Columbia — 5.5″
  • Woodlawn — 6.5″
  • Fort Meade — 6.0″
  • College Park — 3.5″
  • BWI-Marshall — 6.2″

If for some reason you did see a snow plow on your street in Baltimore County, please call 410 887 3560. You can also report them to 311.

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