A 24-hour burst bringing 4 to 8 inches of wet snow is forecast Tuesday across a swath of the Mid-Atlantic, including Central Maryland.
The Baltimore region was placed under a winter storm warning from late Monday night through early Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service. Monday evening rain was forecast to change to snow overnight, continuing into Tuesday night.
While the storm was not expected to rival last month's historic snowfall, which dropped a record 29.2 inches at BWI Marshall Airport, officials nonetheless urged residents to avoid travel if possible.
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