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Coating of snow in Baltimore area closes schools, could impact commutes

A coating of snow in the Baltimore area overnight closed a number of public school systems and weather officials warn that slick roads could cause dangerous driving conditions for Wednesday’s commutes.

Snow continued to fall during the morning rush, but had dissipated in the Baltimore metro area by 9 a.m.

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Winter weather advisory issued north of Baltimore with 1-3 inches snow forecast Tuesday night, Wednesday

Another spell of frigid Arctic air dropped wind chills into the single digits early Monday morning, and is forecast to bring chances for 1-2 inches of snow Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.

Snow showers are forecast along a cold front expected to pass through the region. The National Weather Service is expecting the heaviest accumulations north and west of Baltimore.

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First week of 2018 was Baltimore's coldest start to any year on record

The frigid first week of January was actually Baltimore’s coldest start to any year in at least 146 years, according to the National Weather Service.

The average temperature at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the region’s point of record, was just 15.2 degrees from Jan. 1 through 7.

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Thin layer of ice impacting Maryland schools, commute Tuesday morning

Be prepared for the ice rink that awaits outside your home this morning.

Precipitation that froze overnight created a thin layer of ice Tuesday morning that makes walking out front doors anywhere around Baltimore a challenge.

Schools across the Baltimore region are on a delay to start the morning, and public officials are warning Marylanders to be cautious when leaving their homes and parking spaces.

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Maryland weather: Things you need to know about what could be a slick morning

The freezing rain and sleet that fell cross the region Monday could lead to overnight problems and a possible icy commute Tuesday morning — starting with getting out your front door.

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