A little snow is coming to Baltimore this weekend

A little snow is coming to Baltimore this weekend

Rain, sleet and light snow fell Saturday across Maryland, especially during a Baltimore Ravens game in the late afternoon. He. She. He was. Cool.|| Closures/Delays | Weather Alerts | radar | Forecast | Email Alerts | Send us your photos || Much of Baltimore reported light snow and flurries late Saturday morning. Subsequently, widespread steady rainfall began at 1pm with heavy rain later in the afternoon. By 6 p.m., temperatures hovered just above freezing while some heavy rain began to pick up to the north. People travel to or leave M&T Bank Stadium. During the evening, it is recommended to drive carefully on wet roads and cold temperatures. Saturday Summary: Fluffs likely Saturday 8-11 a.m. Snow Rain 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Snow may continue in northwest Carroll and northern Frederick counties until late evening, rain ending 9 p.m.-midnight, few Lingering rain/snow showers near the PA line Sunday morning before clearing Saturday Detail: While there could still be an inch of snow in Baltimore, the rapid transition to rain will quickly melt and wash away any accumulation near the city. Steady rain could begin to fall as early as 10 a.m. with heavy, steady rain falling by the time of the Ravens game later in the afternoon. Where there are greater amounts of snow north and west of the city, there is also an increased possibility of freezing rain. Without an arctic air mass before arrival, Saturday’s storm will see snow change to rain across much of central Maryland, and heavy rain south and east of Interstate 95, especially on the Eastern Shore. City 1-3 inches in northwest suburbs (Cockeysville, Westminster) WARNINGS: The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Allegany, Washington, Frederick and Carroll counties from 10am to 10pm Saturday, when heavy and mixed rain is expected. A storm watch remains in effect for Garrett, northern Baltimore and Harford counties from Saturday morning into the evening, to account for the risk of some icing from freezing rain and the potential for larger snowfall accumulations. Rain and Snow Cutoff Line: Why is I-95 often (generally) located along the rain and snow cutoff line in Maryland? The elevation increases as you head north and west of I-95, which means colder and snowier conditions. In addition, the effect of warm air coming from the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean is dissipated just as it does when I-95 is running. This is mostly the case in Frederick County and North Carroll, Baltimore and Harford counties. Other Impacts: Other impacts to be aware of in addition to slick road conditions will be potential areas for flooding due to the changeover to heavy rain. Coastal flooding is possible on Saturday due to high tides. Winds will be strongest Saturday night with gusts of 20-30 mph (which can cause branches to break if weighed down by snow). It’s been a long time coming: Baltimore’s official weather station at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport only averaged 2/10th of an inch of snow over all of 2023, and last saw “significant” snow nearly two years ago. Weather Talk video below: Weekend storm begins in active pattern Download the WBAL-TV app now and turn on alerts Be aware of severe weather warnings, listen to NOAA Weather Radio, and watch WBAL-TV 11 when severe weather is imminent.|| @wbaltv11 | @TTasselWBAL | @AvaWBAL | @TonyPannWBAL | @DalenciaWBAL | @ChelseaWeather || Video below: Tom Tasselmeyer’s 2023-24 winter snow forecast for Baltimore. WBAL-TV 11 Maryland Weather RadarApp users click here for an interactive radar. Maryland 7 Day Weather Forecast, Alert Days vs. Impact Days You may see the WBAL-TV Weather Team highlight 11 Alert Days or Impact Days in the forecast. Here’s what that means: An impact day is when the weather is likely to disrupt your daily schedule or routine. A day of alert is when there is a threat of extreme, severe and potentially life-threatening weather. Share your weather photos and videos Show us your weather photos and videos, we may use them on 11 News or online! Direct Upload: Use this form to upload photos or videos. Email: Simply email photos and videos to news@wbaltv.com. ALERTS: Severe weather alerts from the WBAL-TV app: A step-by-step guide CLOSINGS: Find out if schools, businesses or organizations have closed or delayed RADAR: Track snow, sleet or freezing rain with WBAL-TV’s interactive radar METHODS: Check for crashes and transcripts Back up with our interactive traffic map Winter: Guide: Ice Safety, Driving Hazards, and Power Outages

Rain, sleet and light snow fell Saturday across Maryland, especially during a Baltimore Ravens game in the late afternoon. He. She. He was. cold.

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Most areas of Baltimore reported light snow and blowing snow late Saturday morning. Incessant rain then began to fall widely around 1pm with heavy rain later in the afternoon.

by At 6 p.m., temperatures hovered just above freezing while some heavy rain began moving north.

People traveling or leaving M&T Bank Stadium during the evening are advised to drive carefully on wet roads and cold temperatures.

Saturday summary:

  • Flutters are possible Saturday 8-11 a.m
  • Snow to rain from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m
  • Snow may continue to fall in northwest Carroll and north Frederick counties until late evening
  • Rainfall ends at 9pm until midnight
  • A few rain/snow showers lingering near the PA line Sunday morning before clearing up

Saturday in detail: While there could still be an inch of snow in Baltimore, the rapid switch to rain will quickly melt and wash away any accumulation near the city.

Steady rain could begin to fall as early as 10 a.m. with heavy, persistent rain falling by the time of the Ravens game later in the afternoon.

Where greater amounts of snow fall north and west of the city, there is also an increased possibility of freezing rain.

Without an arctic air mass before arrival, Saturday’s storm will see snow change to rain across much of central Maryland, and heavy rain south and east of Interstate 95, especially on the Eastern Shore.

  • Track an inch of snow forecast for Baltimore City
  • 1-3 inches in northwest suburbs (Cockeysville, Westminster)

Tips: The National Meteorological Directorate issued a Winter storm warning For Allegany, Washington, Frederick and Carroll counties from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, when heavy and mixed rain is expected.

a Winter storm watch It remains in effect for Garrett, northern Baltimore and Harford counties from Saturday morning into the evening, due to the risk of some icing from freezing rain and the potential for increased snowfall accumulation.

Rain and snow line: Why is I-95 often (generally) located along the rain and snow cutoff line in Maryland? The elevation increases as you head north and west of I-95, which means colder and snowier conditions. In addition, the effect of warm air coming from the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean is dissipated just as it does when I-95 is running. This is mostly the case in Frederick County and North Carroll, Baltimore and Harford counties.

Other effectsOther impacts to be aware of over slick road conditions will be potential areas of flooding due to the changeover to heavy rain. Coastal flooding is possible on Saturday due to high tides. Winds will be strongest Saturday night with gusts of 20-30 mph (which could cause branches to break if weighed down by snow).

It’s been a long time: Baltimore’s official weather station at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport got just 2/10 of an inch of snow during all of 2023, and last saw “significant” snow nearly two years ago.

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Weather discussion video below: This weekend’s storm begins with an active pattern

Download the WBAL-TV app now and… Turn on payment alerts To be aware of severe weather warnings, listen to NOAA Weather Radio, and watch WBAL-TV 11 when impending severe weather develops.

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Video below: Tom Tasselmeyer’s 2023-24 winter snowfall forecast for Baltimore


WBAL-TV 11 Maryland Weather Radar

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7-day weather forecast for Maryland

Days of alert versus days of influence

You may see the WBAL-TV 11 weather team highlighting alert days or impact days in the forecast. Here’s what that means:

  • An impact day is when the weather is likely to disrupt your daily schedule or routine.
  • A day of alert is when there is a threat of severe, potentially life-threatening weather.

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