BALTIMORE (WBFF)-- A winter storm warning is in effect until 10 a.m. Tuesday for northwest Harford County and northern Baltimore County along the state line.
The new round of wintry weather was expected on top of a slushy and icy mess Monday morning that closed or delayed many schools.
The northern part of the state was set to see a total of 3 to 7 inches of snow, and isolated totals as high as 9 inches along the state line, warned the National Weather service.
In central Maryland, including much of the southern Baltimore area, a winter weather advisory was in effect until 10 a.m. Tuesday, with more freezing rain mixed with sleet expected.
The National Weather Service said hazardous conditions could affect the Tuesday morning commute, with up to an inch of freezing rain expected.
Maryland State Police reported handling a total of 204 crashes on state roads between midnight Monday and 9 p.m.
After that, warmer air is expected to try and take over Tuesday, with the change from ice to rain near the city around sunrise and north and west perhaps taking until late morning/noontime Another coating of ice, especially north and west. Highs reach 35 to 40.
On Wednesday, the system leaves with a wee-hour flurry or rain shower leftover, then clouds and sunshine with highs in the 40s!
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