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Elizabeth Entenman
March 21, 2018 9:07 am

Just when we thought the warmer weather was on its way, a fourth nor’easter has arrived in Baltimore. Winter Storm Toby is officially here.¬†And just in case you haven’t looked outside yet today, it’s snowing. A lot. Even though it’s only been coming down out there for a few how hours, the snow has already more than accumulated. Baltimore schools are closed today, Wednesday, March 21st. And even if it didn’t seem that bad this morning, road conditions are already deteriorating. Just like with Winter Storm Riley, Winter Storm Quinn, and Winter Storm Skylar, Winter Storm Toby Baltimore means business.

So, what can Baltimore expect from the storm this time around? Winter Storm Toby Baltimore will last all day on Wednesday, bringing plenty of snow and wind. Temperatures will be in the 20s and 30s with gusts of wind about 15-20 mph. It will finally wind down in the evening, around 5 or 6 p.m. ET. A Winter Storm Watch is currently in effect until this evening for all counties. Residents in Baltimore and all along the I-95 corridor are being advised to stay off the roads if possible in the afternoon and evening.

How much snow will Winter Storm Toby Baltimore bring?

This morning, The Weather Channel predicted that Baltimore would receive about 5-8 inches of snow. Now, FOX45 in Baltimore predicts it might be more like 6-9 inches of snow.

Conditions are deteriorating, so use extreme caution on the roads.

Stay safe out there!

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