Looks like the snow has begun. I see flakes beginning to fall in my Bel Air backyard. The big storm that was forecast for our area has been downgraded and The National Weather Service is forecasting 1 to 3 inches of snow for Bel Air this afternoon. Locally, areas east of I-95 are expected to get more snow. Two to 4 inches are forecast for Edgewood, Havre de Grace and Aberdeen. An additional inch of snow is forecast overnight, with precipitation ending by 9 a.m. tomorrow and wind gusts as high as 41 mph. The forecast for the rest of the week looks good with sunny skies on Tuesday.
If you’re traveling today, the live traffic cams on state roads are a great way to see what the road conditions are like in real time. Click here to see a list of Maryland traffic cams: http://www.chart.state.md.us/TravInfo/trafficCams.asp#
Click here to see Delaware’s live traffic cameras.
Click here to see New Jersey’s live traffic cameras.
Click here to read The Baltimore Sun’s ongoing coverage of today’s storm.
Follow Foot’s Forecast here: http://www.footsforecast.org/
And Bel Air’s own meteorologist Mark Hofmann at www.weather-station.org.