Snow falls in Maryland, and the sun comes out in the afternoon

Snow falls in Maryland, and the sun comes out in the afternoon

Snow that fell Friday night into Saturday morning in Maryland could melt by afternoon Closures/Delays | Weather Alerts | radar | Forecast | Email Alerts | Send us your photos || UPDATE (9:13 a.m. Saturday) – There are still a few areas around freezing, so watch for slick patches of snow. In terms of snow, Maryland got its share: Westminster 5 inches, Reisterstown 3.4 inches, Cockeysville 3 inches, BWI-Marshall 2.2 inches Clarksville 2 inches While there will be plenty of sunshine, there will also be gusty winds. By nightfall, temperatures will drop below freezing, so slick spots are expected again. UPDATE (11:30 p.m. Friday) – Chief Meteorologist Tom Tasselmeyer said snow showers have arrived in Maryland. But while there will likely be a period of moderate to heavy snow from 2 to 5 a.m., the storm is moving very quickly, temperatures were very warm when the snow started falling and the ground is not frozen – all of these factors will reduce potential accumulation. A quick 2 to 4 inches of snow is expected before sunrise, and there should be some clearing by mid-morning. It will become sunny by the afternoon. UPDATE (10 p.m. Friday) – Snow showers have arrived in Maryland, but the air is cold — not Arctic cold — so while the snow will persist as temperatures drop, the air isn't cold enough for significant amounts of snow. However, Marylanders can expect up to 2 to 5 inches of snow, depending on elevation. UPDATE (1:15 p.m. Friday) – The National Weather Service has now issued a Winter Storm Watch for Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Howard and Harford counties. And the city of Baltimore. Anne Arundel County remains under a winter storm advisory. Schools: Weekend activities scheduled for Saturday have been canceled at schools in Baltimore, Cecil, Harford and Howard counties and Baltimore City. Timeline: Snow will start falling around 10pm with the heaviest arriving around midnight to midnight. 6 AM is when we will see the majority of the accumulation. Most of the Baltimore metro area will see 2-4 inches of snow with areas to the northwest getting 4-5 inches. Snow in the mountains can reach more than 6 inches. The storm will have winds of up to 25 mph. Road conditions can be hazardous in the morning, especially before crews have a chance to plow the roads. Snowfall will taper off Saturday morning around 7-9 a.m., so avoid driving until the storm is over if possible. | Link: MDOT SHA Statewide Transportation Response Map Temperatures are expected to be above freezing for the rest of Saturday in the upper 30s. The sun will return on Sunday as it looks like it will be a nice day for the Chiefs on Monday. 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 for interactive radar. Maryland 7 Day Weather Forecast, Alert Days vs. Impact Days You may see the WBAL-TV 11 Weather Team highlight Alert Days or Impact Days in the forecast. Here's what that means: An impact day is when weather is likely to disrupt your daily schedule or routine. A day of alert is when there is a threat of severe and potentially life-threatening weather. Possible Power Outages Storm conditions may cause power outages by knocking down ground-up tree limbs on power lines and other electricity-conducting equipment. Baltimore Gas and Electric 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 -778-2222 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 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 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 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

Snow that fell Friday night into Saturday morning in Maryland could melt by the afternoon.

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

Update (9:13 a.m. Saturday) – There are still a few areas around freezing, so watch for slick spots due to snow.

When it comes to snow, Maryland has had its share:

  • Westminster 5 inches
  • Reisterstown 3.4 inches
  • Cookiesville 3 inch
  • BWI Marshall 2.2 inch
  • Clarksville 2 inches

While there will be plenty of sunshine, there will also be gusty winds. By nightfall, temperatures will drop below freezing, so slick spots are expected again.

Update (11:30 p.m. Friday) – Chief Meteorologist Tom Tassellmeier said snow showers have arrived in Maryland.

But while there will likely be a period of moderate to heavy snow from 2 to 5 a.m., the storm is moving very quickly, temperatures were very warm when the snow started and the ground was not frozen — all of these factors will reduce potential accumulation. .

So, it looks like a quick 2-4 inches of snow is expected before sunrise, and there should be some clearing by mid-morning. It will become sunny this afternoon.

Update (10pm Friday) – Snow showers have arrived in Maryland, but the air is cold — not Arctic cold — so while the snow will persist as temperatures drop, the air is not cold enough for significant amounts of snow to fall. However, Marylanders can expect up to 2 to 5 inches of snow, depending on elevation.

Update (1:15 pm Friday) – The National Weather Service has now issued a Winter Storm Watch for Baltimore, Carroll, Cecil, Howard and Harford counties and Baltimore City. Anne Arundel County remains under a winter storm advisory.

Schools: Weekend activities scheduled for Saturday have been canceled at schools in Baltimore, Cecil, Harford and Howard counties and Baltimore City.

timetable: Snow will start falling around 10pm with the heaviest arriving around midnight until 6am where we will see the majority of the accumulation.

Most of the Baltimore metro area will see 2-4 inches of snow with areas to the northwest getting 4-5 inches of snow. Snow in the mountains can reach more than 6 inches. The storm will have winds of up to 25 mph.

Road conditions can be hazardous in the morning, especially before crews have a chance to plow the roads. Snowfall will taper off Saturday morning around 7-9 a.m., so avoid driving until the storm is over if possible.

| connection: MDOT SHA's statewide transportation response map

Temperatures are expected to be above freezing for the rest of Saturday in the upper 30s. The sun will return on Sunday as it looks like it will be a nice Presidents Day Monday.

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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.

Possible power outage

Storm conditions can cause power outages by tree limbs falling on power lines and other electrical equipment. Baltimore Gas and Electric 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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