How are the roads out there? I hear Harford County roads are worse than Baltimore’s


    Got a report from Mr. BANV that Route 24, Red Pump Road and I-95 in Harford County were a real mess this morning. But he said the roads improved as he got into Baltimore County. I have yet to see a snow plow in my development, but cars are able to get through slowly. I’m guessing it should start getting easier to get around. The sun is out and the snow is light. I just finished shoveling my driveway and the pavement beneath is now all wet and melty. Mark Hofmann’s Weather Station reports:

    “Snow from a persistent snow band is slowly weakening and pushing
    northeast out of the area. An additional inch or so of snowfall is
    expected through early afternoon.”

    I think we’re through the worst of it. I see my daffodil shoots pushing up through the snow.

    How is it where you are?

    Click below to see traffic webcams from throughout the area. Check out the sidebar of Mark’s site to see more.

    Cameras Bandwidth Cameras Bandwidth
    I-495 (Capital Beltway) I-270 to State Line Tour Low High I-695 Northeast (Overlea – Essex) Tour Low High
    I-495 (Capital Beltway) I-95 to I-270 Tour Low High I-695 Northwest (Pikesville – Towson) Tour Low High
    I-95/495 (Capital Beltway) College Park Low High I-695 Southwest Tour (Wilkens Ave – I-97) Tour Low High
    I-95/495 (Capital Beltway) US-50 to MD-4 Tour Low High I-695 West (Woodlawn) Tour Low High
    I-95/495 (Capital Beltway) W.W. Bridge Tour Low High I-70 / I-270 (Frederick Tour) Low High
    I-95 Baltimore – Washington Corridor Tour Low High US 50 (Annapolis Area) Tour Low High
    I-95 at I-395 Low High US 50 at Sandy Point Low High
    I-95 Baltimore – I-895 to MD 43 Low High US 50 (Eastern Shore)