Accumulating snow expected Saturday
Areas along the Pennsylvania border are under a winter weather advisory through 7 p.m., including northern Baltimore and Harford, Carroll, Frederick and Washington counties. According to the National Weather Service, those areas could see more snow — up to three inches.
Unofficial precipitation reports to the National Oceanic at Atmospheric Administration recorded up to two inches of overnight snow into Saturday. The highest report was in Laytonsville, on the border of Howard and Montgomery counties. A total from Long Green in Baltimore County showed one inch of snow.
In the area around the city, forecasters are predicting a breezy day, with snow beginning around 3 p.m. Winds could hit 21 mph at their peak. Temperatures will be in the low to mid 30s. The weather system is expected to clear out after midnight.