A wintry mix of precipitation is possible Thursday morning north and west of Baltimore. And then before the day is out, the region could break a record for its wettest year since at least 1871. The National Weather Service is forecasting a dusting of snow and a glaze of ice west of Interstate 95.
At some point in Baltimore’s 127-year-old snowfall record book, at least a trace of snow has fallen on each date in November. The region sees at least a trace of November snow in more than two out of every three years.