Snow in Maryland? Sure, We Can Handle This.

Posted on February 24, 2010


The rumor is true.  Snow. The forecasters are calling for three to five on Maryland’s Lower Shore and in Southern Maryland.  That’s inches, not feet. Three to five inches of  snow. The way things are going this winter, you just don’t know.

Farther north on the Eastern Shore, and across the Bay in the Baltimore area, folks might get a little more snow, like four to seven inches.  This is a mean and powerful storm, and it will be good if we escape with snow you can count in inches. The people in New York and New England are going to get snowed under.

In Maryland, we should have rain turning to snow around 4 a.m. Thursday, according to WBOC-TV.  Snow on and off Thursday and Friday. And, it is going to be very windy.

That is all I have to say about snow.