Just days after a historic windstorm blew across the D.C. area, the region is dealing with another blast on wintry weather.
A winter weather advisory will be in effect for Baltimore, Howard and Frederick counties until 4 p.m. Wednesday. Those counties could see a few inches of snow, but most of that snow will be on grassy areas.
Storm Team4 has declared Wednesday a Weather Alert Day.
Rain is expected to fall across the D.C. metro area for much of the day.
The storm will move out of the area late Wednesday evening. Once the rain and snow stop falling, any snow on the ground will likely melt. Delays are unlikely.
An inch of snow or less is expected in parts of Maryland, including Gaithersburg.
One to two inches of snow are expected further north and west, including in Baltimore, Frederick and Martinsburg.
The temperature Wednesday is set to range from a low of 36 to a high of 45. On Thursday, expect a low of 34 and high of 44. On Friday, we're set for a low of 34 and high of 44.
This wintry weather in our area is part of a developing winter storm that's set to hit the Northeast. Everywhere from Philadelphia to Maine will potentially be affected, with some areas getting as much as 15 inches of snow.