Updated (10:48 a.m.)—Just when we thought we got through winter unscathed by a major snowfall, Winter Storm Saturn is coming our way.
Forecasts for the storm vary by location, but the latest Winter Storm Watch from the National Weather Service is predicting that the Broadneck area will get about 5 inches of wet snow beginning Tuesday night into Wednesday. The storm is expected to bring winds of up to 30 miles per hour.
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Of course, snow always brings the threat of closures to schools, government offices and certain services. There have been no closures or delays announced as of Tuesday afternoon, but Patch will keep you updated. Here's a look at some of the institutions that may be affected.
Anne Arundel County Public Schools—All county schools will be closed for Wednesday.
Arnold Senior Center—The senior center is closed due to inclement weather.
Anne Arundel Community College—Classes for Wednesday have been canceled, and the College Fair, originally scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed to March 13, according to a release issued Tuesday.
Broadneck Library—The library announced its closure early Wednesday morning.
"Anne Arundel Community College is postponing one event and providing a snow date for another event, both scheduled for Wednesday, March 6, because of weather forecasts predicting inclement weather with possible heavy snowfall," the release stated.
Announcements will be posted on the official college website, aacc.org and on the college's Facebook page.
Check back with Patch for updates on closings and delays.