By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun
3:48 PM EST, January 17, 2013
The National Weather Service on Thursday morning canceled a winter weather advisory for most of the Baltimore region, but said that light snow would still fall into the area through this evening. Little to no accumulation is expected.
Anne Arundel is also no longer under an advisory.
See an updated map of accumulations here.
The forecast called for a chance of rain and snow after 4 p.m., and a high near 45 degrees. The chance of precipitation is 30 percent.
Rain and snow will likely come before 7 p.m., and then another chance of snow would come between 7 p.m., and 11 p.m., NWS said. Gradual clearing would occur during the evening, with a low around 33 degrees and winds from the north would peak at around 15 mph. The evening chance of precipitation is 40 percent, with less than a half inch of snow accumulation possible.
At 2 p.m. the NWS canceled the winter weather advisory for Anne Arundel, Prince George's and Washington, D.C. "Any snowfall will be light," the weather service said.
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