Car door handles were iced over Saturday morning and about two inches of ice and sleet lay on car hoods, roofs and windows.
On the Baltimore Beltway, sheets of ice blew off the top of cars, skidded on the pavement, erupting like small winter bombs.
It was the first winter storm of 2012 here in Pikesville, and about 3 inches of snow and freezing rain had fallen overnight.
Saturday afternoon, I went to Beth El Congregation to get some photos.
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Don't expect any more snow Saturday, according to the National Weather Service forecast for Pikesville. However, there still are icy conditions on roads.
On Sunday, the low and high are expected to be 32 degrees, and there could be more rain or freezing rain, turning to all rain after midnight and before 1 a.m. Monday.
Also that day, the low will be about 36 degrees, and the high 47 degrees, according to NWS.