After Presidents Day left snowy, icy roads and a Tuesday morning rain deluge led to flooding, Baltimore has a welcome forecast for commuters in the coming days: dry.
Temperatures should drop around freezing Tuesday night into Wednesday, possibly icing over any standing floodwater, but no further significant precipitation is expected this week, according to the National Weather Service.
Officials warned drivers to be cautious, as roads remain slick.
A flurry — or sprinkle, depending on the temperature — could fall in the area overnight, but no significant accumulation is expected.
Temperatures hit a high of 52 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, the weather service reported.
Wednesday is expected to be partly sunny, with a high around 45 degrees.
Schools around the Baltimore region were closed Tuesday due to the still-slick roadways, and colleges and city government offices opened late. Find a complete listing of school closings and delays here.