BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Snow fell around parts of Maryland Monday morning but then changed to rain as it moved out of the area.

This quick-moving winter storm brought Westminster just over three inches of snow, while Baltimore had around an inch and a half.

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As the storm moves out of the region, temperatures are expected to rise to 40 as a warm front, or two, enter the region.

 

The low Monday night will be just above freezing at 34 degrees.

The good news: for the next three days highs will be in the 50s, a nice thaw out from these chilly temps.

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CBS Baltimore Staff