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'Tricky' snow forecast for Sunday night

Forecasters are cautiously keeping an eye on the potential for snow Sunday night into Monday. National Weather Service officials call it a "tricky forecast" in their forecast discussion:

"MID-ATLANTIC LOOKS TO BE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TRANSFER OF
DOMINANCE FROM ONE LOW TO ANOTHER. THIS COMBINED WITH MARGINAL
TEMPERATURES MAKES FOR A TRICKY FORECAST."

Baltimore area forecaster Eric the Red said he is treading carefully in speaking about the potential for snow. He says there's a large room for potential storm busters that could affect the "coastal jump" hitting the mid-Atlantic.

The official forecast right now is a 60 percent chance of rain and snow Sunday night with a low of 35. Precipitation could continue into Monday night with a high of 44 and low of 34.

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