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February 10, 2012

More rain and snow this weekend

The second rain and snow event of the week is upon us, but little or no accumulation is expected in the Baltimore metro area. The National Weather Service says rain will start tonight, with rain and snow happening after 4 a.m. There is also a chance of rain and snow Saturday, but still no accumulation expected.

Update: A winter weather advisory is in effect from midnight tonight-7 p.m. Saturday for Washington, Frederick, northern Baltimore, Carroll and Harford counties. Accumulations of 1-3 inches possible in these areas.

Here's Baltimore professional meteorologist Eric the Red's forecast:
"Rain changing to snow tonight, with an inch or two possible across northern portions of MD.  Closer to town, a coating is possible by tomorrow morning along and west of I-95.  To the east of I-95, just rain. ... If there's a twist, it's the period of light snow/snow shower that looks like a good bet late Saturday afternoon as the actual arctic front blasts thru, which might be enough to coat the ground with another trace to half inch in the late afternoon and early eve on Saturday."

Posted by Kim Walker at 12:20 PM | | Comments (1)
Categories: Winter weather


We just a brief shot of snow come through Owings Mills around 5pm. It's still trying, but has become much more intermittent. Nothing's going to stick, of course, as it's still in the low 40s.

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