Three to six inches of snow likely Monday in latest winter storm

Cold rain may turn into snow after midnight Sunday, possibly snarling Monday commute

  • Domonique Banks smiles as she rides tandem with Maurice Green sledding on the hill above Gwynns Falls Elementary School on Gwynns Falls Parkway on Jan. 22, 2014.
Domonique Banks smiles as she rides tandem with Maurice Green… (Karl Merton Ferron )
February 02, 2014|By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun

This winter is not over yet, with forecasters now calling for more than five inches of snow in parts of the Baltimore region on Monday.

Cold rain will begin turning into snow after midnight Sunday, according to a National Weather Service warning issued Sunday afternoon. The warning will be in effect from 3 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday. The snow will fall heaviest during the morning commute on Monday, and forecasters warned of slippery conditions and low visibility. It is expected to taper off in the afternoon. 

More than five inches are expected in parts of northern Baltimore County, Carroll County, eastern Howard County and Western Maryland. Two to four inches are expected elsewhere in the region, with one to two inches of snow likely in Baltimore.

The high temperature Monday will hover just below freezing, according to the weather service, with winds between five to 10 miles per hour.

Rain and snow are also possible Tuesday, with a 70 percent likelihood by Tuesday night, and overnight lows around freezing.

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