A light dusting of snow on Monday, with temperatures too high for accumulation, will be followed by a cold front that is expected to linger over the Baltimore region for the rest of the week.
Brian Edwards, a meteorologist with Accuweather.com, said the high temperature into the weekend is not forecast to be warmer than about 25 degrees.
Friday could bring a wintry mix and lead to a treacherous afternoon commute, Edwards said. An early forecast shows sleet, snow and freezing rain are possible, although snow accumulation isn't likely below the Mason-Dixon line, he said.
Cold forecast for Baltimore region this week
A light dusting of snow Monday night to be followed by cold snap
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