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About 1-3 inches of snow expected in northern Harford County today

Snowfall will likely mix or turn into freezing rain later today, but not before about 1 to 3 inches of accumulation, according to a Winter Weather Advisory for northwestern Harford County and other parts of Maryland.

The National Weather Service advisory is in effect until 3 p.m. Monday, and travelers should plan on slippery road conditions. Steps, sidewalks and driveways could also be icy and slippery, according to the weather service.

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Cindy Mumby, a spokesperson for county government, said crews had been treating roads since 7 a.m. In Street, she said it was snowing lightly since about 8:30 a.m., but was not sticking to the roads as of about 9:15 Monday morning.

Patchy fog is also possible in the afternoon as temperatures begin to climb to a high of near 40 degrees, according to the weather service’s forecast for Bel Air.

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After several accumulating snowfalls and temperatures around freezing in recent weeks, things will begin to thaw out the remainder of the week.

The Bel Air forecast calls for mostly sunny skies and high temperatures in the mid-40s and low-50s Tuesday through Friday, with rain expected over the weekend.

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