A wintry mix will affect the Tuesday morning commute

A wintry mix will affect the Tuesday morning commute

We’re checking in in Baltimore this morning as we start with some wet weather on Monday. The sky is cloudy. We are above freezing even though it is 51 degrees, so there are some areas of rain and drizzle to contend with. Ultimately, we will get some more consistent rain by tonight. Temperatures right now are currently in the 40s with some in the low 50s. Like the city at 51 degrees, BWI at 47 and Hereford at 48 degrees. We now have a lot of cloud cover on the satellite, and we also have some areas of drizzle and fog. All this makes for a wet morning. Many roads are wet. As you head outside now, you can see a few drops of green light on the radar representing the very light rain coming out now. This is what we will face today. There may be occasional light drizzle, but it will not be too constant or heavy during the day. When we zoom in on the big picture, we can see more rain coming our way. Construction must be completed by tonight. It will then be followed by some cold air, so this could turn into a wintry mix by tomorrow morning. So I’ll take you through the radar for the future, so you can plan. Looking at the future cast, we’ll see plenty of cloud cover during the day. Again, some drizzle and fog areas are possible at any time. However, temperatures will remain above freezing in the upper 40s and low 50s, and then some rain will fall from the south and west by this evening. So, about six, seven o’clock, they started building toward the Baltimore area. There’s still some rain through the evening, and then some heavy rain falling overnight, so after about 10:00 p.m., it starts to rain and that’s heavy rain falling overnight. I was keeping an eye out for some puddles on some roads and near some creeks all night and into the early morning. Since we will only see about an inch of precipitation quickly overnight. Very early tomorrow morning, heavy rain fell. Keep an eye on the temperatures, because even when we start to get cold, they should still be above freezing. This is really important because it checks the return of the snow line. So western Maryland will turn to heavy, wet snow. But we will see a mix of some snow falling on our northern suburbs early tomorrow morning. So, if you are on the road, it is possible that it will be actively snowing. It’s going to be very difficult because we’re just above freezing, so the roads tend to be a lot better when we’re above freezing. But some other surfaces may be painted. You may have to clear your car of a layer of snow, especially in our northwest suburbs where it is colder. But even places like Annapolis could briefly end up with a mix of rain and snow. Even on the eastern shore. But again, most roads should remain wet until tomorrow morning and then until 11:00. We’ll start to dry out and then warm back above freezing into the low 40s in the afternoon. Again, even if the snow sticks to some surfaces tomorrow morning, it will all melt during the rest of the day. So it’s not something you have to deal with too much. Temperatures will be in the 40s this morning and then approach 50 in the afternoon. And we have spray areas today. Then we go into those steadier rain showers this evening. Heavy rain tonight. I’m still putting the impact code in for tomorrow morning because if it rains and snows, it will slow down the trip tomorrow just because of the lack of visibility. Again, we’ll be drying off tomorrow afternoon. Wednesday looks to be dry for Valentine’s Day. Just a little cooler. Little chance fo

WEATHER IMPACT: A wintry mix will impact the commute Tuesday morning

Meteorologist Ava Marie says we’re in for an impact weather day as we expect rain to change to a snow mix Tuesday morning with slight accumulation possible. || Closures/Delays | Weather Alerts | radar | Forecast | Email Alerts | Send us your photos || The rain is expected to turn to a wintry mix around 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. midway through Tuesday morning’s commute. It will end around 10 a.m. with only a trace of accumulation in most of the area. The northern suburbs near the Pennsylvania line could get up to 2 inches of snow, but less snow will stick to the roads. Most roads will remain above freezing but the wintry mix will still reduce visibility so be careful on slippery and slushy roads as they will. Stay wet with the ground temperatures.| Link: MDOT SHA Statewide Transportation Response Map A winter storm watch has been in place in the following counties: Frederick, Baltimore, Carroll, and Harford. A winter storm warning has been put in place for Allegany and Garrett counties A winter storm warning has been put in place for Washington County. Download the WBAL-TV app now and turn on alerts to be aware of severe weather warnings, listen to NOAA Weather Radio, and watch WBAL-TV 11 when impending severe weather develops. @wbaltv11 | @TTasselWBAL | @AvaWBAL | @TonyPannWBAL | @DalenciaWBAL | @ChelseaWeatherWBAL-TV 11 Maryland Weather RadarApp users click here to get interactive radar. Maryland 7 Day Weather Forecast Alert Days vs Impact Days You can see the WBAL-TV 11 weather team distinguish 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. Potential Power Outages Baltimore Gas & Electric has scheduled 100 additional outages for contractor crews to ensure resources are available for the duration of the expected weather. Customers are encouraged to prepare in advance, and report power outages if they occur. Stormy conditions can cause power outages by tree branches falling on power lines and other electrical delivery equipment. BGE asks all customers to report outages in any of the following ways: Online, on the free mobile app BGE.comBGE, available on the Apple Store or Google Play, by text to phone 69243, by calling 877-778-2222latest Outage information, including total numbers and general locations, is available on the BGE.com outage map. As a reminder, you should never approach or touch fallen overhead power lines even if the lines do not appear to be live or on fire. Call BGE at 877-778-2222 to report downed electrical lines, power outages and gas odors. Share your weather photos and videos Show us your weather photos and videos, and we may use them at 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 CLOSELS: Find out if schools, businesses or organizations have closed or delayed RADAR: Track snow, sleet, or freezing rain with WBAL-TV’s interactive radar ROADS: Check Breakdowns and backups with our interactive traffic map WINTER: GUIDE: Ice Safety, Driving Hazards, and Power OutagesTORNADO SURVIVAL: 5 Things You Need to Do NowHurricane Preparation: How to Prepare for Hurricane Season

Meteorologist Ava Marie says we’re in for an impact weather day as we expect rain to change to a snow mix Tuesday morning with slight accumulation possible.

|| Closures/Delays | Weather Alerts | radar | Forecast | Email Alerts | Send us your photos ||

The rain is expected to turn to a wintry mix around 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. midway through Tuesday morning’s commute. It will end around 10 a.m. with only a trace of accumulation in most of the area. In the northern suburbs near the Pennsylvania line, snow could reach up to 2 inches, but less will stick to roads.

Most roads will remain above freezing but the wintry mix will still reduce visibility so be careful on slippery and slushy roads as they will remain wet from the ground temperatures.

| connection: MDOT SHA’s statewide transportation response map

A winter storm watch has been put in place in the following counties: Frederick, Baltimore, Carroll and Harford. A winter storm warning has been put in place for Allegany and Garrett counties. A winter storm warning has been put in place for Washington County.

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.

@wbaltv11 | @TTasselWBAL | @AvaWBAL | @TonyPannWBAL | @DalenciaWBAL | @ChelseaWeather


WBAL-TV 11 Maryland Weather Radar

App users click here for an interactive radar.

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.

Possible power outage

Baltimore Gas & Electric has hired an additional 100 contractor crews to ensure resources are available for the duration of the forecast weather. Customers are encouraged to prepare in advance, and report service outages if they occur.

Storm conditions can cause power outages by tree limbs falling on power lines and other electrical equipment. BGE asks all customers to report service outages in any of the following ways:

The latest outage information, including total numbers and general locations, is available on the BGE.com outage map.

As a reminder, you should never approach or touch fallen overhead power lines even if the lines do not appear to be energized or on fire. Call BGE at 877-778-2222 to report downed electrical lines, power outages and gas odors.

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