Snow Moving In for Sunday Night & Monday Morning

Cheryl Sanders
March 4, 2019

We made it through our first round of March snow, but we're not done yet.

A winter weather advisory for the city of Baltimore and a winter weather warning for the surrounding areas (northern Baltimore County, Harford County and Carroll County) went into effect Sunday afternoon and remains until 4 a.m. Monday.

In addition to the coast-to-coast storms, there is an enhanced thunderstorm warning for the Southeast, the National Weather Service said.

The snowy weather could make travel hard Sunday night and for the Monday morning commute, potentially impacting schools.

Total accumulations of five to eight inches are expected with an ice glaze. Wind chills Monday morning in northern IL could dip to minus 28.

In a series of maps below, the weather service has outlined how much snow could fall and when different communities should expect it the storm to arrive and depart.

In Kansas, the weather service said northwestern parts of the state could see up to 8 inches of snow. Some sleet and freezing rain may also accompany the snow. Light snow could linger for a few hours after but the bulk of the accumulations will be done by the Monday commute. About 4-6 inches is forecasted for Long Island. We are advising all New Yorkers to avoid all unnecessary travel and stay off the roads.

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