MARYLAND — Because of probably icy roads Monday morning, the Nationwide Climate Service issued a particular climate assertion Sunday alerting commuters. Folks ought to plan forward and provides themselves further time.
“If commuting Monday morning, pay attention to the POSSIBILITY of serious journey disruptions,” the Nationwide Climate Service mentioned in an announcement.
In the course of the Monday morning rush, forecasters say 1 to three inches of snow could fall in elements of northern and central Maryland.
“The realm at highest danger of snow arriving earlier than rush hour ends is west of Interstate 95,” in line with the Nationwide Climate Service’s assertion. “Many roads may shortly flip icy. This might result in harmful touring situations, a number of accidents and in depth delays.”
The special weather statement applies to Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Cecil, Charles, Harford, Howard, Montgomery and Prince George’s counties in addition to D.C. and elements of the Fredericksburg metro space in Virginia.
“Plan forward by permitting for further journey time, and think about using public transportation and telework choices,” climate officers suggested.
Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Harford, Howard, Montgomery and Washington counties are beneath a winter weather advisory calling for 1 to three inches of snow from 7 a.m. to three p.m. Monday. Rain is predicted as temperatures rise above freezing Monday afternoon, in line with authorities.
Here’s a briefing for Monday, Feb. 22, from the Nationwide Climate Service:
Right here is the forecast for Baltimore this week:
See the latest forecasts for the area from the Nationwide Climate Service.