By Tim Williams

CUMBERLAND, Md. (WJZ) — One day after the end of the Atlantic Hurricane season, Maryland is getting its first taste of winter weather.

While the first day of calendar winter is December 21, Meteorological Winter begins Tuesday and Mother Nature is right on schedule.

Parts of Western Maryland are seeing snow Tuesday. Snow and flurries were also reported in parts of Carroll, Frederick, Montgomery and even Baltimore county.

According to the National Weather Service, there’s a chance of snow in Western Maryland before 10 a.m. followed by a mix of rain and snow until 1 p.m. A chance of more snow is expected after 1 p.m. and will continue throughout the night into Wednesday.

Some counties northwest of Baltimore could also see some flurries or snow before 10 a.m. In Baltimore, it’s just expected to rain.

The Winter Storm Warning for Garrett County is in effect until 7 a.m. Wednesday and is the result, and tail end, of the strong storm system that rolled through yesterday.

While we will feel a drop in our temperatures, we’ll remain dry and breezy across Central Maryland. No winter weather is expected to make it over the mountains.

Some Marylanders shared photos and video of the snow on social media. If you’re seeing snow in your area, send us your photos and video using #BeOnWJZ on Twitter or Instagram or message us on Facebook.

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Tim Williams