Winter Storm Watch Issued for Maryland
(BALTIMORE, MD) A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for parts of Maryland for Wednesday.
Officials say, a "significant winter storm" will affect the area Wedneday afternoon through late Wednesday night.
Accumulating snow is expected across the ridgetops today. A more significant winter storm will affect the area on Wednesday and Wednesday night, and a Winter Storm Watch has been issued for portions of the area. Stay tuned to https://t.co/ZOlvESgJ2H for the latest information. pic.twitter.com/ACNLA2uPA9— NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) December 14, 2020
Local meteorologists say, this weather-maker has the potential to bring the largest snow totals we've seen in Maryland "in at least a couple years".
Snow develops midday Wednesday, changes to a mix Wednesday afternoon, then goes back to a heavier snow on Wednesday night, ending on Thursday AM. Here's my latest snow map, accounting for the rain/sleet and the warm ground. These numbers could change based on new data. @wbaltv11 pic.twitter.com/1464sH7yGc— Ava Marie (@AvaWBAL) December 14, 2020
Officials are also expecting a wintry mix Monday afternoon ahead of Wednesday’s possible storm.
Here's a rundown of what you can expect out of this week's two winter weather-makers. There could be a slushy inch or two of #snow well north and west Monday, but the bigger concern is Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning. pic.twitter.com/0TzXeJDeEo— Jonathan Myers (@wbffweatherman) December 14, 2020