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By: cws6196 , 2:04 PM GMT on March 16, 2014
Looking at the latest data I see that the highest snow impact continues to be to our south below DC and into the eastern shore of MD. The NWS revised their map and it now looks similar to the map I posted yesterday. Those along the MD/PA line could see about 1-2" while central MD with 2-4" and S MD 4-6". I went low with my totals yesterday due to this being March, the warm ground, rain prior to the event, and lack of stickage tomorrow after sunrise.
The precip will start later this afternoon as rain, transitioning to all snow as we approach midnight, lasting into the late morning Monday. The NWS has downgraded central MD and N MD to a Winter Weather Advisory, consistent with the lower amounts expected, and they upgraded S MD to a Winter Weather WARNING.
I will have another update late today as needed. Follow me on Twitter (@wxmanmd) for storm updates.
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Updated: 9:06 PM AKST on February 24, 2017