BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) - The snow's still melting from the storm that passed through this weekend, but FOX45 meteorologists warn two more systems could be felt in central Maryland late Thursday and late Saturday.
FOX45 is closely watching the weather, including the chance for more accumulation this weekend.
The Baltimore area could see some flurries approaching by Friday morning, plus possible glazing and light accumulation as temperatures stay low, said FOX45's Jonathan Meyers.
Sunshine will then try to come back, with highs in the forties.
By 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday, the area could see snow and ice, depending on how much cold air stays in place.
The projected snowfall for Thursday to Friday morning at this time is an inch or less in Baltimore, and up to 2 inches farther north in areas like Towson and Westminster.
The Friday morning commute could also have some hazards because of that.
Over the weekend, we could see snow, sleet and freezing rain.
Late Saturday, we could see a changeover into just rain.
If it hangs on with colder air, the storm could have the potential to produce a couple of inches in Baltimore City by Sunday, and several inches farther north.
Stay with FOX45 for updates.