Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Global Media | By Garry Long

TIMELINE: When Can You Expect Snow In Maryland This Weekend?

TIMELINE: When Can You Expect Snow In Maryland This Weekend?

Saturday's forecast calls for partly sunny skies with a high of 36 and an overnight low of 20. The snow will push in from southwest to northeast during the afternoon and early evening hours. The Colorado Rockies and northern Mexico should also anticipate heavy snow, the organization warned.

The rest of the Journal Star area - including Kewanee, Lacon, Princeton and Toulon - is under a winter weather advisory that is to extend through most of Saturday. This may put down several inches of snow across parts of our region. Motorists should plan on slippery road conditions and limited visibility.

The snow ends early Saturday morning with sunshine returning and highs staying in the 30s. In addition, isolated power outages are possible due to the heavy nature of the snow. "Elsewhere, accumulating snow is still likely", a Twitter account for NWS DC/Baltimore said.

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Winter storm warnings have been issued for the following counties: Davie, Alamance, Surry, Forsyth, Caswell, Wilkes, Yadkin, Guilford, Stokes and Rockingham.

Travel may be treacherous along Interstate 70 from the Kansas City area to St. Louis and along I-64 from St. Louis to Louisville, Kentucky.

Davis urges drivers to mind the roads Saturday evening. South of the Triad less than ½ inch of snow and sleet.

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