PERRY HALL, MD — As much as 4 inches of snow fell in Baltimore County Monday, based mostly on preliminary studies. A measurement of 1.3 inches was reported in Perry Corridor.
Icy spots are nonetheless attainable Tuesday morning, the Nationwide Climate Service stated in a press release, alerting drivers and pedestrians that something that appears moist is icy since temperatures are at or simply beneath freezing.
Listed below are the unofficial snow totals submitted to the Nationwide Climate Service for Monday, Feb. 22, from Baltimore County:
- 4 inches in Bentley Springs
- 3.4 inches in Parkton
- 1.6 inches in Higher Falls
- 1.5 inches in Lengthy Inexperienced
- 1.5 inches in Glyndon
- 1.3 inches in Perry Corridor
- 1.2 inches in White Marsh
- 1 inch in Reisterstown
Probably the most snow statewide Monday fell in Frederick County, in response to the preliminary information submitted to the climate service, which confirmed 4.5 inches of snow in Thurmont.
Listed below are the Maryland snowfall totals from Feb. 22:
The Nationwide Climate Service had known as for 1 to three inches of snow Monday and positioned Baltimore County below a winter weather advisory till 3 p.m.
Temperatures will rise into the mid-40s in Perry Corridor Tuesday, in response to the forecast: