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Once again, Maryland could get some light snow as forecasters predict that the northern part of the state and some other areas could get a light dusting Tuesday evening into Wednesday.

The National Weather Service wrote on Twitter that northern Maryland faces the greatest risk of snow, but that the snow could also extend into Central Maryland around Washington.

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The NWS is predicting a 30% chance of precipitation in Baltimore on Tuesday night, with scattered rain and snow showers. There’s a 20% chance of precipitation Wednesday, with the possibility of isolated showers.

The temperature is forecast to rise to near 60 degrees next Tuesday, so temper your expectations for any type of consistent weather.

Some parts of the state have already been hit by the storm, which hit the New England region hard Monday.

Garrett County schools closed two hours early Monday because of the storm.

While mostly rain fell Sunday, prompting the cancellation of holiday events in Bel Air and Annapolis, light snow was reported overnight in some areas, the weather service said. One-hundredth of an inch of snow was reported near Millers, in Carroll County, while traces of snow fell in Perry Hall and Kingsville in eastern Baltimore County and in Norrisville, in northern Harford County.

Baltimore Sun reporters Colin Campbell and Phil Davis contributed to this article.

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