A storm developing over the plains will promote the development of a coastal low on Sunday south of the state of Maryland.
As the storm treks northward it will bring with it a mix of rain, snow, and sleet.
While most meteorologists don’t think the storm will produce much accumulating snow, there is always the chance that a few heavy snow bands could develop during the overnight hours, when the high March sun angle can’t prevent snow from sticking to the ground.
With a recent, busted winter storm forecast fresh in Marylanders’ minds, it would be wise not to hype this system up too much.
Still, there is the “potential” for a few inches of accumulation before dawn on Monday, mostly on grassy areas.