New Years snow Maryland

By: cws6196 , 3:13 PM GMT on December 31, 2012

Will we see snow on New Years Day? Sorry, but no, not like I originally thought a few days ago. The system will stay to the south of us. Since the system is close to us, we could see scattered snow showers, but nothing widespread and no accumulations. This time those south of Baltimore have a better chance to see the localized snow than do those north of Baltimore. There is a very "slight" chance for snow this weekend, but very slight. More on that later.

I wish to thank all of you for your support this past year! I tried to provide you with accurate forecasts to keep you safe. I am committed to do the same in the new year. Please feel free to encourage others to join this list and to follow me on Twitter (@wxmanmd) and Google+ by searching "weather man maryland".

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