BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland saw its first snow of 2020 on Tuesday.
The evening commute was treacherous across the state as snow fell in spots along and northwest of I-95. Maryland State Police said it received 200 calls for service within the first two hours of snowfall.
Some areas, north and west of the city, saw up to five inches of snow!
On#WJZ a few areas well north of the city had up to 5" of new snow. pic.twitter.com/NenurRBd3J
— Bob Turk WJZ-TV 13 (@TurkWJZ) January 8, 2020
There is, however, a concern for slick spots Wednesday morning as overnight temperatures will drop near freezing.
Some area schools have delays Wednesday morning due to the snow.
Don’t expect the winter weather to last long, though: a big warm-up is on the way in time for the Ravens game this weekend.