This could be Baltimore’s first February on record without even a trace of snowfall — unless some flakes materialize this week. Slight chances of light snowfall are forecast overnight Wednesday and Friday.
A snowy system moving across the Southeast could bring some flurries to the Baltimore region Thursday afternoon, and then cold air is forecast to move in overnight, triggering a “Code Blue” declaration in the city.
Snowfall is once again forecast to bypass the Baltimore region as a system moves across the eastern U.S. This time, it's forecast to the south, bringing slim chances of flurries to Southern Maryland but likely nothing farther north.
Forecasts of early-morning snow went unrealized in and around Baltimore Saturday, but the National Weather Service was still predicting a light snowfall to go with sleet and freezing rain beginning midday and continuing through the afternoon.