Wind Advisory in place for most of Maryland until 10 p.m.By CBS Baltimore Staff

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Much of the snow forecast for Maryland from Sunday night into Monday morning has cleared out of our area after being melted and displaced by warmer air overnight.

A Winter Storm Warning issued by the National Weather Service remains in effect until 7 p.m. for parts of western Maryland, primarily Allegany and Garrett counties, which could see 3 to 6 inches of snow and 60-mph wind gusts.

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The good news is, temperatures are above freezing throughout much of the state, but pavement temperatures are still catching up, which means there could be some slick pockets out on the road.

And that’s not to mention the winds and the potential for flooding in some areas, which will continue to be an issue all day.

We’re seeing temperatures in the mid-30s across the Baltimore region, and they will gradually warm up as the day goes on. We’ll see a high of 40 degrees, though it will feel a lot more like the low 30s when you take the wind into account.

A Wind Advisory remains in place for much of Maryland until 10 p.m. These winds will be blowing in from the west with 20- to 25-mph speeds, and 55-mph gusts are possible.

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There is potential for scattered damage, including toppled trees and power lines.

We’re also monitoring coastal flood advisories and warnings in effect for Maryland’s low-lying, coastal areas. A Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect for parts of Anne Arundel County until 9 p.m.

Due to the sloppy, slick and gusty conditions, drivers will want to exercise caution and take a little bit of extra time if they’re heading out on the roads. As always, put plenty of space between your vehicle and those in front of you.

Stick with the First Alert Weather team, the most experienced team in town, as we track the latest weather conditions to keep your family safe and informed.

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CBS Baltimore Staff