Friday, January 25, 2013
Officials are warning that the storm Friday afternoon could cause complications. Anne Arundel County Public schools has cancelled all after-school activities.
Updated: (10:52 a.m.)–Weather, highway and school officials are warning that a fast-moving storm Friday afternoon could result in a difficult evening commute. A Winter Weather Advisory have been issued for Anne Arundel County by the National Weather Service for Friday. The advisory is in effect from 2 to 9 p.m. Friday afternoon and and is calling for 1 to 3 inches of accumulation. “Roads will become snow covered and slippery resulting in hazardous travel during the afternoon and evening commute,” according to the advisory, which warned also that the storm could cause limited visibility. Winds will be between 5 and 10 miles per hour and temperatures will be around 20 degrees. State Highway Administration officials in Maryland are also …
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Temperatures are not expected to get out of the 30s.
Snow and rain is likely headed this way for Wednesday afternoon’s commute into early Thursday morning, according to The Weather Channel. There is a 90-percent-plus chance of precipitation between 3-6 p.m., though no significant accumulation is expected. A mix of rain and snow could continue until about 2 a.m. Temperatures should remain in the upper 30s through the afternoon and evening. Thursday’s forecast is for clear skies with a high in the mid-40s.
Friday, October 28, 2011
Forecasters predict a winter storm will bring cold temperatures, rain and even snow to Maryland this weekend.
The National Weather Service is warning of a large winter storm that will form along the I-95 corridor this weekend, and the Broadneck area could see a uniquely early snowfall. Forecasters predict as much as a half-inch of snow could fall in this area overnight and into Saturday. There is a 100 percent chance of precipitation, and temperatures will remain in the 30s through most of tomorrow. Overnight, the precipitation will come mostly in the form of rain, but forecaster said snow could fall throughout Saturday and into Sunday morning. There is a Winter Storm Watch in effect in Northern Baltimore and Harford Counties. Foot’s Forecast reports that some areas of rural Maryland could see as much as 8 inches of snow. Snow in Maryland in …
Monday, January 10, 2011
Despite a variety of inches predicted, there are things that every county resident should know and do to be ready for inclement weather.
As the snow, ice and sleet storm affecting the South merges with the snow storm currently in the Great Plains, forecasters are uncertain exactly how much our area, and specifically Anne Arundel County, will receive. The National Weather Service currently has Anne Arundel County under a Winter Storm Watch from Tuesday at noon until 6 a.m. Wednesday morning, calling for a potential of 5 or more inches of snow in the end. Meteorologist Chris Strong of the National Weather Service in Sterling, Virginia, stated "Anne Arundel County could get up to 4 inches with the snows that are expected to begin midday tomorrow." Strong also said we "could get a little bit more than that if the storm intensifies quickly or a little less if it doesn’t." …