Winter storm warning issued for parts of Maryland – WBAL TV Baltimore

Winter storm warning issued for parts of Maryland

FORECAST WITH METEOROGOLIST TAYLOR GRENDA. TAYLOR: TIME IS 9:45. IT’S MILD TO START THE MORNING. TEMPERATURES ARE CURRENTLY IN THE 50S. STILL PRETTY DAMP AND DREARY OUT THERE. THE STEADY RAIN HAS MOVED OUT OF HERE. JUST TRACKING A COUPLE OF SPOTTY SHOWERS THAT REMAIN IN THE FORECAST FOR THE REST OF THE DAY. IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE OUT AND ABOUT, IF YOUE’R HEADING TO THE RAVENS TAILGATES, HEANGDI TO THE RA VENS GAME, MOST OF THE TIME PERIOD SHOULD BE MAINLY DRY. IT WILLE B GLOOMYITH W CLOUDY SKIES, VERY MILD. ENJOY THE WARMUP. WE HIT THE 60S IN A COUPLE OF HOURS. MOST OF THE STEADY RAIN MOVES OUT ANDHE T WE’RE TRACKING THE BIG CHANGE THAT WLIL HAPPEN TONIGHT. A SIGNIFICANT DROP IN TEMPERATURES AND WE’RERA TCKING OWSN IMPACTING THE MORNING COMMUTE TOMORROW. TODAY’S FORECAST, CLOUDY SKIES WITH A 20% CHANCE FOR A PASSING SHOW.ER IF YOU’RE A WMAR WEATHER FAN, ENJOY THE 60S. THAT WILL CHGEAN INTO THE EVENG.IN FUTURECAST SHOWS THE AFTERNOON SHAPING UP TO BE MAINLY Y.DR A COUPLE OF ISOLATED SPRINKLES MAY POP UP AFTER 4:00 TODAY. SHOULD REMNAI ISOLATED THROUGHOUT THE REST OF THE DAYLIGHT TIME. AFTER SUNSET, WE’LL WATCH CLOSELY AFTER MIDNIGHT TONIGHT. THAT’S WHEN THE SECOND BATCH OF MOISTURE IS GOING TO MOVE IN AND IT’S GOING TO BE SIGNIFICANTLY COLDER BY THIS POINT IN TIME. WHAT STARTSUT O AS RAIN AFTER MIDNIGHT WILL EVENTUALLY CHANGE OVER TO SNOW FOR PRETTY MUCH EVERYONE. THE MAIN IMPACTS ARE ACTUALLY GOING TO BE FELT SOUTH OF THE CITY THIS TIME, THE LOWER EASTERN SHORE AREAS OF SOUTHERN DELAWARE COULD PICK UP ON THE MOST SNOWFALL OUT OF THIS EVENT. MEANWHILE, AREAS NORTHWT,ES SIGNIFICANTL YLESS. IT’S NOT A HUGE WINDOW WE’LL BE IMPACTED. IT’S GOING TO HAPPEN BETWEEN MIDNIGHT TOMORROW MORNING AND MIDDAY TOMORROW. SO WITH THAT BEING SAID, IST’ GOING TO COME DOWN VERY QUICKLY. IT’S GOING TO BE A HEAVY, WET SNOW. OUT OF HERE BY MONDAY AFTERNOON. THE REST OF THE DAY WILL BE COLD AND BLUSTERY. TEMPERATURES TOMORROW WILL FEEL LIKEHE T 20S ALLAY D LONG. THAT BEING SAID, WE HAVE A WINTER STORM WATCH WHICH HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR MOST OF THE AREAS FROM THE CITY SOUTHWARD. THE BIGGEST UPDATE OVER THE PAST TWO HOURS, THIS STORM WATCH HAS BEEN EXTENDED NORTHWARD TO ENGULF PARTS OF THE CITY. SO WE’LL WATCH THIS CLOSELY AS WE MOVE FORWARD. THE STORM CONTINUES TO EVOLVE QUICKLY. HERE’S AN EARLY BREAKDOWN ON ACCUMULATION TOTALS. AGAIN, THIS IS VERY UNFORTUNATE IT’S COMING DURING THE MORNING COMMUTE. IT COULD HAVE IMPACTS ON ROADS. 3 TO 6 INCHES AROUND ANNAPOLIS. 2 TO 4 TO NORTHEAST MARYLAND. AREAS NORTHWEST WILLE B SIGNIFICANTLY LEFT SNOWFALL. WESTMINSTER TO HAGERSTOWN, A TRACE TO TWO INCHES. MOST AREAS TONIGHT WILL DROP BELOW FREEZING. WHAT STARTS AS RAIN, CHANGES TO SNOW. TOMORROW, SNOW SHOWERS WILL HAPPEN DURING THE MORNING. THEN CARLE BY MIDDAY. THE SUN WILL COME OUT. IT’S GOING TO BE COLD WITH TEMPERATURES FEELI LNGIKE THE UPPER 20S. A CHECK ON THE SEVEN-DAY FORECAST. WE PUT THE IMPACT WEATHER ICON ON DUE TO THE THREAT FOR IMPACTING THE MORNING COMMUTE TOMORROW. CLEARS OUT BY MIDDAY. THE SUN IS BACK ON TUESDAY. GOING TO BE RATHER CHILLY THROUGHOUT THE AFTERNOON. UPPER 40S POSSIBLE ON WEDNESDAY WITH ANOTHER

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Winter storm warning issued for parts of Maryland

|| Closings/Delays | Weather Advisories | Radar | Forecast | Email Alerts | Send us your pics ||Follow: @ttasselWBAL | @AvaWBAL | @TonyPannWBAL | @TaylorWBAL | @wbaltv11BALTIMORE — After temperatures in the 60s on Sunday, a Winter Storm Watch is in effect for parts of Maryland starting Monday.The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Baltimore’s southern suburbs and a Winter Storm Watch for Baltimore and points north.A sharp drop in temperatures is expected Sunday night leading to a chance of snow for the Monday morning rush hour.It’s unclear how much snow will accumulate since the storm will be moving quickly and the ground is warm. So, the roads will likely stay wet, not white for most of the event.And, one reliable model keeps it all south of Baltimore, but we should be prepared for some winter precipitation to be falling in parts of the WBAL-TV viewing area Monday.Timing: 3 a.m. to 3 p.m.What: Snow, sleet, rainAmount: Little or no snow near the Pennsylvania line, Trace to 1 inch in the northern suburbs, 1 to 2 inches in Baltimore, 2 to 4 inches south of Baltimore, some spots south of Annapolis might end up with more than 4 inches.

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BALTIMORE — After temperatures in the 60s on Sunday, a Winter Storm Watch is in effect for parts of Maryland starting Monday.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for Baltimore’s southern suburbs and a Winter Storm Watch for Baltimore and points north.

A sharp drop in temperatures is expected Sunday night leading to a chance of snow for the Monday morning rush hour.

It’s unclear how much snow will accumulate since the storm will be moving quickly and the ground is warm. So, the roads will likely stay wet, not white for most of the event.

And, one reliable model keeps it all south of Baltimore, but we should be prepared for some winter precipitation to be falling in parts of the WBAL-TV viewing area Monday.

Timing: 3 a.m. to 3 p.m.

What: Snow, sleet, rain

Amount: Little or no snow near the Pennsylvania line, Trace to 1 inch in the northern suburbs, 1 to 2 inches in Baltimore, 2 to 4 inches south of Baltimore, some spots south of Annapolis might end up with more than 4 inches.

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