BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Friday morning’s snow may be done, but we can’t let our guard down this weekend.
A cold front will track through Maryland starting late on Saturday night and continuing into Sunday.READ MORE: Wizards Get Dominated At Home By The Celtics
Rain is likely on Sunday, but low-level cold air also means there’s a chance we’ll get some freezing rain.
Frozen precipitation is most likely for those who live along the I-95 corridor and all points west Sunday morning and afternoon.READ MORE: Two People Injured In Hampden Shooting On Sunday
This has the potential to create very dangerous conditions on the roads.
The timing also isn’t ideal for Sunday’s Ravens game, which is scheduled to kickoff at 1 p.m.
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Unfortunately we can't let our guard down as we head into the weekend. After a clear and cold Saturday, there's the potential for freezing rain on Sunday. That could create a very dangerous situation on the roads, especially as people make their way to the #Ravens game. #WJZ pic.twitter.com/O7OWCC0jPg
— Meg McNamara (@MegWJZ) January 7, 2022
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