Storm ap­proach­ing Mary­land could bring week­end snow

Baltimore Sun - - MARYLAND - — Scott Dance

A storm fore­cast to dump snow and ice across the Mid­west and North­east could bring win­try pre­cip­i­ta­tion to Mary­land at the end of the week. Early fore­casts sug­gest some win­try pre­cip­i­ta­tion is pos­si­ble Fri­day night and Satur­day as a storm sys­tem af­fects much of the coun­try. Snow is likely across the Great Lakes re­gion, with a mix of snow, ice and rain pos­si­ble from Chicago to Pitts­burgh to Bal­ti­more, ac­cord­ing to Ac­cuWeather.com. But what ar­eas get snow ver­sus mixed pre­cip­i­ta­tion will de­pend on the ex­act path of the storm, which isn’t yet clear. For now, the Na­tional Weather Ser­vice is fore­cast­ing 40%-50% chances for rain and snow show­ers Fri­day night and Satur­day, with tem­per­a­tures rang­ing from the up­per 20s overnight to the mid-40s Satur­day af­ter­noon. Cold air is fore­cast to be in place ahead of the storm sys­tem, with highs fore­cast in the up­per 30s Fri­day.

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