The snow falling in the Mid-Atlantic grazed Baltimore Wednesday, leaving only about a quarter- to a half-inch or less in most parts of the area, the National Weather Service said.
Further flurries could follow overnight, but accumulation is expected to be negligible, especially in areas north of Baltimore, said Kevin Witt, a weather service meteorologist.
Tonight's low will be 10 degrees with wind chill values as low as -4.
The weather service had warned that a squall, a high-wind movement, could blow in a storm that could drop to an inch or two on the city in the middle of the evening rush hour. The State Highway administration dubbed the storm "one of the worst timed snow storms of the season."