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Warm air creates sharp cutoff in snowfall totals

Warm air creates sharp cutoff in snowfall totals

Warm air created a sharp divide between rain and snow across the Baltimore region Tuesday, with as much as 6 inches in some parts and nothing but rain in others.

Nearly 6 inches were reported in parts of Carroll County by mid-morning, with 5.8 inches near Lineboro and 5.5 inches near Uniontown, according to the National Weather Service. Several inches were also reported in northern Baltimore County, including 4 inches in Long Green and 3.1 inches near Reisterstown, and Harford County, with 3 inches in Norrisville and 2 inches near Street.

But less than half an inch had accumulated at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport by 1 p.m. Half an inch of snow...

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