Live Interactive Snow Plow Map In Maryland With MDOT SHA STORM

Live Interactive Snow Plow Map In Maryland With MDOT SHA STORM

February 20 2019

We are under a Winter Storm Warning under much of the area today. Now that the snow has broken through the dry air, you may have seen it intensity quickly. At 9:30 AM, thunder snow was reported in Hagerstown. Snowfall rate could be over 1 inch per hour at times. The cold air and quick stickage is already making for slick travel. Even if you were a doubter earlier, you should be a believer now. FITF

Do you want to know if if your street is about to plowed or salted? 

The expectation for sleet and freezing rain on top of this mid day and through this evening will add another dimension of road clearing. Eventually there will be a transition from plowing to salting. MDOT SHA has their new S.T.O.R.M app online so you can track the location of road crews across the state of Maryland.

This was developed by WBCM. See more about this local company and what else they built to help you below.

Interactive Map MDOT SHA STORM

Turn the phone sideway for better viewing.

 

App Developer

WBCM’s Geospatial Innovations working with MDOT SHA, constructed S.T.O.R.M.   S.T.O.R.M. is a web-based mapping application consuming MDOT SHA’s active vehicle feed allowing for near real-time tracking of MDOT SHA winter weather treatment vehicles on MDOT SHA State roadways during winter weather events.

Another helpful storm site WBCM has helped with which has every government contact for roadway maintenance and who to contact to clear your road is located here: http://maryland.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=14f27a6cab51422dabdfb168ca603482

Founded in 1977 and headquartered in suburban Baltimore, Whitney Bailey Cox & Magnani, LLC (WBCM) is the area’s first multidisciplinary AEC firm to provide not only architecture and engineering services but also comprehensive construction management and facility construction.  For more information or to contact us, please visit our website: www.wbcm.com

Conditions can change quickly

The first 1 inch of snow took 45 minutes

 

Also see:

My Morning Forecast

 

February 19 winter storm watch snow forecast map

Zone A:

  • 5″ to 8″ of snow. The white circled region can get up to 12″.
  • The highest snow may be where it begins earlier allowing for more stickage before late morning.
  • This Zone will have the most snow and heaviest icing Wednesday night

Zone B:

  • 3″ to 6″ of snow. It will fall heavy at times in the morning.
  • Change over will be around lunchtime (between 11 AM and 3 PM).
  • I expanded this zone to include Kent, Queen Annes, and Caroline Countes.
  • Moderate icing in sleet and freeing rain
  • Should change to rain from south to north between 3 PM and 8 PM Wednesday.

Zone C

  • 1″ to 3″ of snow.
  • Faster change over to icing and then rain during the day.

 

 

 

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