Scattered bursts of snow may be seen around Maryland overnight Tuesday, meteorologists said.
The snow squalls are forming by energy high in the atmosphere meeting cold weather sweeping up the coast, said Howard Silverman, meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
"It's possible you could wake up and see a fresh whitening," he said.
Also, the plunging temperatures could freeze roads for Wednesday morning's commute.
A low of 32 degrees is forecast for Baltimore overnight Tuesday. Outlying areas could see lows in the 20s, Silverman said.
"Any standing water or any moist surface, that's going to freeze," he said. "Monitor weather...