BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Wintry weather is moving through Maryland early on Tuesday morning.

A winter weather advisory has been listed for multiple counties, including:

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  • Anne Arundel
  • Baltimore
  • Baltimore City
  • Carroll
  • Cecil
  • Harford
  • Howard
  • Kent
  • Frederick
  • Montgomery
  • Prince George’s
  • Washington

A winter storm warning has also been issued for Garret and Allegany counties.


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The cold air chilled the roads efficiently over the weekend, so slick roads and hazardous traveling conditions can be expected Monday night through Tuesday morning.

Moisture will arrive in the form of snow to start. A warm front will then usher in warmer air, changing the temperature profile and forcing a changeover from snow to freezing rain, sleet, and rain.

Models are suggesting this changeover will occur by or around midnight.


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Snow accumulation will not be very impressive. A coating to maybe a couple of inches is possible.

Significant icing is expected in western Maryland where some areas could see 0.25″+ of ice accretion. A winter storm warning has been issued for these areas.

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Chelsea Ingram