BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The WJZ Weather team has been closely monitoring the potential for wintry precipitation as we head into Wednesday. There have been some changes in recent numeric weather prediction that show a downward trend in moisture availability and overall precipitation amounts.
All the models are showing a bit of very light flurries or even rain showers during the 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. time period on Wednesday. No impact is expected in the Baltimore region at this time. A very small bit of snow could accumulate on the lawns for a brief time before temperatures rise well above freezing by mid or late morning.
-This really looking like a minor-to-no impact event for us in central Maryland. -If accumulations do occur, they will be less than 1 inch, and it’s entirely possible that some areas trend completely dry. -While there could be some slick spots north and west on untreated roads, most roads stay wet rather than white.