BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A wintry mess made for some slick driving Monday night and early Tuesday in much of Maryland.
A mixture of precipitation and cold temperatures overnight created slick roads. Some parts of Maryland saw snow and sleet late Monday into early Tuesday.READ MORE: Maryland Lifts COVID Mask Mandate Starting Saturday, Gov. Larry Hogan Says
Baltimore City’s Snow Team has been monitoring conditions and treating city streets throughout the morning. Remember that wet areas could still be slick, especially on bridges, ramps & overpasses, so use caution if heading out early today. pic.twitter.com/U64BwyX7MK
— Baltimore City DOT (@BmoreCityDOT) January 26, 2021
Snowfall totals across the Baltimore area were generally under an inch. The highest amount reported was near Pimlico which saw just under an inch and a half of snow.READ MORE: 3 Injured Following Gas Explosion In Pikesville On Friday
BWI Marshall Airport saw half an inch, with slightly higher amounts in Columbia and Rockville.
Because of the weather, some universities delayed openings, but for more public schools, virtual learning continues.
Most of the ice and slush cleared by lunchtime.MORE NEWS: Eating Cicadas Is Actually Good For The Environment And Apparently They Taste Like Shrimp