Overnight Snow North And Weekend Storm Still Holding On

Overnight Snow North And Weekend Storm Still Holding On

Monday January 30 – The snow squalls that spread across our area today were enough to remind many that winter is still here. Some areas got a coating of snow, and one intense band crossed I-83 in York County leading to a fatal multi car accident. There is danger with changing weather conditions. The fear of that might have been what led Baltimore County to cancel all after school activities. But all of the snow showers are done. Temperatures are near freezing, and will drop tonight. See those maps below. But no new weather conditions expected in Maryland this evening.  The next wave of snow will be after midnight and affect the northern part of our region.

As we discussed for a few days, and Alberta clipper type system will be passing to our north. That will bring the edge of the snow to Frederick, Westminster, northern Baltimore County. The typical ‘north and west’ areas from Baltimore. Southern Pennsylvania has a chance to pick up a coating to 1 inch of new snow, and possibly have an impact on their morning commute and schools.  Here is a quick look. Below are two snapshots at the potential winter storm on Super Bowl Sunday evening…. for party planning purposes.

Temperatures Dropping Below Freezing This Evening

 

Light Snow North Tonight

Simulated Radar —> slider HRRR Model

Morning Temperatures

Snow will stick on the pavement in those areas, so roads may be slick in the morning.

 

Weekend Snow? FITF

Super Bowl Sunday Evening

 

 

 

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Also See:

My Winter Outlook for 2016-2017: Colder with snow spread out more

Maryland Winters

NOAA Winter Outlook for 2016 to 2017

La Nina Formed: What it could mean to our winter

Farmers Almanacs Split On Cold And Snow

Extreme Weather of 2015 balanced out on both ends

Low Snow Winters In Baltimore: Records Might Surprise You

NOAA Ranks Blizzard 2016 4th Worst Snowstorm On Record

Blizzard 2016 Record Top Snowstorm: Area Totals

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