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A WINTER STORM WARNING in effect 10 PM Wednesday night through 7 PM Thursday evening.  Rain will mix with and change to snow after midnight Wednesday night.  During the day on Thursday, snow totals of 4-8" are possible central Maryland, with higher amounts in the northwestern suburbs.  This storm will cause roads to become snow-covered and hazardous Thursday.


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Mild Rain Back To Snow

For our Wednesday, expect a milder day, but don't get too used to it! Although we'll have a risk of rain all day long, temperatures will get as warm as the low to mid 40s! Wednesday night and Thursday, another slug of colder air will roll in directly behind our exiting system. Therefore, after midnight Wednesday night, rain will begin to mix in with snow and sleet.  By the Thursday morning commute, we may already have a slushy coating on the ground. On Thursday, we should all transition to an accumulating snow, lasting all the way through the afternoon commute.  By day's end, current indications are that 4 to 8 inches of snow could fall across Central Maryland, with more north and west. Temperatures will plunge into the 20s through the day.  Arctic air will also make a stand for Friday as highs only reach the 20s. Thankfully, some sun will return for the very end of the week. This will lead to a warming trend for the weekend. Under some sun, highs will hit still-not-so-mild mid 30s Saturday, but back into the mid 40s Sunday.  Early next week, with continued dry skies, we may even threaten about 50 to 55, some of the warmest air we've seen in quite some time!

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