BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Snow fell in a single day Wednesday into Thursday morning, creating a large number on roads and resulting in dozens of accidents. Now, state freeway officers are urging drivers to watch out on the roads in a single day and for the Friday morning commute.
Some components of the state might see patches of black ice.
Officers remind drivers to offer snowplows room on the roads, clear autos fully earlier than driving and keep away from dashing. Bridges and overpasses additionally freeze extra shortly, they stated.
If potential, drivers ought to push again journey on Friday morning to offer plows extra time to clear the roads.
Snow in a single day and into Thursday morning created fairly a large number for commuters.
“With the combined precipitations and low temperatures, we observed that some bridges, overpasses and hills had an in a single day freeze. We handled them appropriately,” German Vigil, of the Baltimore Metropolis Division of Transportation, stated.
Those that had an early begin say clearing their vehicles was totally different with this storm, simpler.
“Very powdery, gentle straightforward snow,” an area resident informed WJZ. “Final time, it was like a sheet of ice. Snow on high, snow beneath, it was a large number.”
Good samaritans took the time to assist their neighbors shovel.
“Good issues come to those that assist different folks,” one other native resident informed WJZ.
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