ice coming to Maryland

By: cws6196 , 4:27 PM GMT on February 18, 2013

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For us snow lovers this has been a disappointing Winter. Are we done with snow this year? Not yet, but it's getting close. Historically, February is our snowiest month, and we have had major snow storms in March, although rare.

As February moves into March the issues we have to contend with are longer days (more sunlight), warmer ground temps and the angle of the sun is more conducive to warming, not cooling. So, for us to have a large snow event we would need the storm system to be a coastal storm with a strong Low.

Tomorrow morning we are looking at the chance for ice early in the morning before the precip changes over to rain. Be careful during the morning commute. Those in S MD should only see rain.

I am still watching a system at the end of the week. Currently it looks like there could be periods of ice and snow, but nothing major. That could change, but I am not getting my hopes up just yet.

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I provide a weather email service for people in MD. I am a storm chaser & Skywarn spotter. For daily weather tidbits follow me on Twitter: @wxmanMD.

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