With almost every major station calling for anywhere from 4 to 10 inches of frozen precipitation, much of Baltimore awoke this morning asking one question…where’s the snow?
Trace amounts are appearing on grassy areas and vehicles on this Wednesday morning – and many school systems have decided to close – but there is still no sign of that mammoth winter storm that was supposed to break Baltimore’s two-year-long snow drought.
Not to worry, forecasters say.
Even though much of the area is still only experiencing a rain/snow mix at present, a new low pressure system will begin to develop off the coast later this morning and that’s when the real fun will begin – or so they say.
Once the coastal low takes hold, the rain/snow line is expected to move farther east and those in the Baltimore area could theoretically see some snow.
For now, we’ll just have to wait and see.
What do YOU think? Will we end up seeing snow today?