BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Just enough snow moved overnight to force many school districts around Maryland to delay or close.
Some areas saw as much as two inches Monday morning. Now, ice overnight could create issues for some parts of Maryland.READ MORE: Inside The Case: How Federal Agents Built Their Case Against Catherine Pugh
— Mike Schuh WJZ (@MikeWJZ) December 16, 2019
Most of us are done with today's dose of snow! Here's a look at some of the highest totals! So far, Frederick County saw the most with just under an inch in #Baltimore City. #WJZ #MDWX #WinterWeather pic.twitter.com/lqjbFIJYx9
— Meg McNamara (@MegWJZ) December 16, 2019
Ahead of the latest wave of winter weather, the State Highway Administration pre-treated roads with brine. Some roads were still slick this morning and there were several crashes reported in the area.READ MORE: Shooting Reported In Laurel, Anne Arundel County Police On Scene
Several area schools also closed as a precaution, including Baltimore, Harford, Howard, Frederick and Carroll counties’ public schools. Several other area districts were delayed.
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Crashes all along the highways and roads – this one ok York Road in Sparks Glencoe headed towards Hunt Valley. It might have stopped snowing but the roads are still dangerous out there so be careful! pic.twitter.com/gCqDG4VSTj
— Annie Rose Ramos (@AnnieRoseNews) December 16, 2019
WJZ’s weather team will continue to monitor the forecast.MORE NEWS: Ocean City, Maryland Struggling To Find People To Work This Summer