BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Another round of snow fell across parts of Maryland Sunday morning, with some areas reporting nearly 6 inches.
Woodsboro in Frederick County reported 5.5 inches of snow, while 3.4 inches was reported in the Parkton area of Baltimore County.READ MORE: Maryland State Police Investigating Fatal Pedestrian-Involved Crash In Prince George's County
Only an inch or less was recorded in the city, according to WJZ’s Bob Turk.
Our second nor’easter in less than a week brought us winter weather as low pressure spins off shore. This quick moving storm started as rain in some areas, but then transitioned over to snow.READ MORE: James Dale Reed Found Guilty Of Voter Intimidation After Leaving Letter Threatening President Biden, VP Harris In Maryland Mailbox
The snow lightened up after the morning and turned to rain off an on for parts of the state.
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Snow has lightened up across #Maryland with some #snow turning over to rain around #Baltimore and Harford Counties. #Winter Storm Warning only in effect for the Eastern Shore now. #MDWX #WJZ pic.twitter.com/eWiraagRoZ
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