Snow? Could it Be So? Yes!

Rain could turn to snow overnight, with up to two inches of accumulation in Pikesville.

The rain we've been seeing Wednesday in Pikesville could turn to heavy, wet snow at night and accumulate to up to two inches, according to the National Weather Service.

On Wednesday evening, expect rain mixed with snow along with blustery conditions, the Pikesville forecast states. Wind gusts could be up to 37 miles per hour.

By midnight Thursday, Pikesville should be experiencing the heaviest snowfall, it states.

The high Wednesday is expected to be 58 degrees, and the low 31 degrees.

Watch out

Also Wednesday, the following are in effect:

Winter Weather Advisory—From 7 p.m., Wednesday to 3 a.m., Thursday.

Flood Watch—1 p.m. Wednesday through late Wednesday night for Pikesville. Rainfall could total 1-2 inches. The I-95 corridor is under this watch from 1 p.m., Wednesday to 3 a.m., Thursday.

Hazardous Weather Outlook—For the Maryland portion of the bay, the tidal Potomac River and adjacent counties in Central Maryland, Northern Virginia. Also for Washington D.C.

Bright future

Sun will be out Thursday, when there will be a high of 42 degrees and a low of about 29 degrees. Winds will calm throughout the day.

Here's the weekend forecast, according to the NWS:

Friday: Mostly sunny. High near 45 degrees. Low near 31.

Saturday: Mosty sunny. High near 39 degrees. Low near 25.

Sunday: Sunny. High near 39 degrees.


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