The National Weather Service is predicting temperatures above freezing for the Baltimore region on Wednesday, but a fast-moving weather system may turn light rain into snow in the morning or early afternoon. WJZ says we could get as much as an inch of snow in the city.
In considering D.C.’s own position relative to this weather system, the Washington Post suggests that the higher-than-freezing temperatures predicted may prevent a replay of the conditions of Jan. 6. If Baltimore’s temperature forecast holds (currently a high of 35 degrees predicted by the National Weather Service), perhaps we can avoid the same.
Stay safe tomorrow, Baltimore!
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