BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for much of Maryland Tuesday, with a “clipper snowfall” expected, according to WJZ’s Marty Bass.
In Western Maryland, a Winter Weather Advisory went into effect at 7 a.m. and will last until 10 p.m.. This advisory will effect Central, Eastern Allegany, and Washington Counties.
In Northern Maryland, a Winter Weather Advisory will begin at 4 p.m. and will last until 7 a.m. Wednesday morning. This will affect Carroll, Frederick, Northern Baltimore, and Northwest Harford Counties. Officials from the National Weather Service say to be prepared for icy road conditions.
A Special Weather Statement was also issued for the Wednesday morning commute for Southern Baltimore, Anne Arundel, and southeast Harford Counties.
“We’re going to probably start out tonight with a mixed mess, then go to a snowfall overnight,” Marty says.
He says there could be two to three inches of snow in Frederick County, northern Carroll County and northern Baltimore County, and an inch to two inches in the Baltimore area and the rest of central Maryland.
Governor Larry Hogan is warning people in Maryland to plan ahead and to keep an eye on the forecasts.
Wintry conditions already caused some delayed openings Tuesday morning.
According to Sharon Gibala, there were multiple reports of ice including on I-95 north and southbound.
Residents of Rising Sun woke up to snowfall.