Maryland Suburbs Could See Some Christmas Eve Snow Flurries

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    Some of D.C.'s Maryland suburbs could receive some Christmas Eve snow flurries, while to the west, a Christmas Eve snowstorm is making driving conditions hazardous in the Garrett County mountains.

    Flurries could fall in Frederick County and northern Montgomery County, said Storm Team 4 Meteorologist Veronica Johnson. The flurries should move through by 5 p.m. Tuesday.

    Meanwhile, in Garrett County, police put a snow emergency plan into effect late Tuesday morning. The notice means parking is prohibited on designated highways in the county, including Interstate 68.

    Maryland State Police in McHenry say the weather is a factor in a couple of minor accidents.

    The National Weather Service predicts one to three inches of snow in Garrett County Tuesday afternoon. Another half-inch is possible overnight.

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