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.
Dense fog formed Wednesday morning across Maryland, delaying schools on the Eastern Shore and lingering well toward midday. It developed under similar conditions that make summer days feel so sweltering — oppressive humidity.