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Warm overnight air lessens projection of wet snow

Warm overnight air lessens projection of wet snow

Warm overnight air lessened the potential impact with just a few inches of wet snow forecast Tuesday across a swath of the Mid-Atlantic, including Central Maryland.

The National Weather Service had placed the Baltimore region under a winter storm warning from late Monday night through early Wednesday, but Tuesday morning that was downgraded to a winter weather advisory.

The Monday forecast called for 4 to 8 inches of snow. But warm overnight air meant many in Maryland woke up to wet surfaces with little to no accumulation. The chance for slick roads remains, and the weather service still calls for some accumulation -- 2 to 4 inches around Baltimore, 4-6 inches...

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