After coming short of initial predictions for substantial snowfall Monday and Tuesday, meteorologists are looking ahead to a couple of chances for wintry precipitation over the next several days as an active weather pattern continues.
The massive storm hammering the Northeast with heavy snow amid almost hurricane-like winds developed too late to leave much of a mark on Maryland.
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Baltimore City saw little more than slush on Saturday morning as snow that fell through the night was doused with rain. The National Weather Service said that more snow and rain is possible for the area on Saturday until about 3 p.m.
Baltimore City residents are likely to wake up to little more than slush on Saturday morning, as any snow that falls through the night will be doused with rain. But areas to the north and west are likely to see some snow accumulation.
A sloppy mess of snow, ice and rain is forecast to arrive Friday night and bring heavy precipitation, at times, through Saturday morning. Then, another burst of snow is forecast Sunday night into Monday morning.
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After Wednesday's snowfall and another dusting Thursday morning, forecasters' attention is turning to a coastal storm that could bring a mess of rain and snow late Friday night into Saturday.