BALTIMORE (WJZ) — While Baltimore’s Code Blue ended Monday morning, a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for parts of Maryland as snow seems to be more likely in the upcoming days.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for northern Maryland from 4 p.m. Tuesday to 7 a.m. Wednesday.
A potential winter commuting hazard has also been issued for the Baltimore/Washington metro areas for Wednesday morning.
Some light snowfall is likely for Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday. According to the National Weather Service, Baltimore could see one to two inches of snow.
WJZ’s Bob Turk says it’s likely there will be some light snowfall with no accumulation near Baltimore.
Temperatures are also expected to stay low. On Monday, Baltimore saw a high of 29 degrees. Turk says temperatures will not drop as low as they did over the weekend, with lows around 20 for most of Central Maryland. But, temperatures will be in the teens on Wednesday night with a low of 18 degrees.
But, despite cold temperatures happening overnight, Bob Turk says the weather will return to normal this week.