BALTIMORE (WJZ)– If you live in or have experienced the roads in Maryland during inclement weather, you know to add an extra 10 or 15 minutes onto your commute.

But according to a 2018 study from Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report, out of 200 U.S. cities, Baltimore has landed itself as the worst drivers in rain and snow.

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As snow fell across Maryland Wednesday, state officials reported that there were 92 crashes across the state from 6 to 11 a.m. and 68 disabled vehicles.

The top five worst major metropolitan areas include:

  1. Baltimore, Maryland
  2. Boston, Massachusetts
  3. Washington, D.C
  4. Worcester, Massachusetts
  5. Glendale California

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The top five best major metropolitan areas include:

  1. Brownsville, Texas
  2. Kansas City, Kansas
  3. Huntsville, Alabama
  4. Boise, Idaho
  5. Madison, Wisconsin

Find out what number your city is ranked.

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This story was written by WJZ intern Anna Lee Flaherty. Follow @Annaleeflaher19 on Twitter

Comments
  1. Gail Kruggel says:

    I guess they’ve never driven in Florida when it’s raining. Bad enough when the roads are dry, but when it rains, we don’t go out. I lived in Baltimore County for 40+ years and I’ll take that over Central Florida any time.