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Snow, sleet on Sunday could cause 'dangerous' travel, reduced visibility
Snow, sleet on Sunday could cause 'dangerous' travel, reduced visibility

The wintry weather patterns that unleashed snow, ice and bitter cold throughout the region in January and February will continue into March. Flurries began falling in the Baltimore area before 9 a.m. Sunday, but what falls from the sky may change throughout the day, creating potential problems for motorists. The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning early Sunday that forecasts 1 to 2 inches of snow and sleet across Baltimore and northeastern Maryland on the first day of March. That accumulation could be followed by freezing rain, with the forecast calling for up to 1/4 an inch of ice later Sunday. The warning said "traveling will be dangerous during this time"...

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