We're not expecting a lot of snow, it's just coming at an inopportune time when the evening rush is getting underway. While the precipitation will be done for the Friday morning commute, things could still be a little slick.
WJZ's Weather Team is tracking two systems headed to Maryland this week.
The lower-elevation advisories expire Thursday evening.
Thursday PM: Western Maryland could see some winter precipitation as early as Thursday afternoon. However, it seems more likely to be a wintry mix.
Meteorologists expect a second, larger winter storm to track a similar path from Friday to Sunday night, potentially dumping more than a foot of snow along a stretch starting in IL, heading through NY and up to Maine.
Friday PM: Clear and cool, 28 the low.
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Back-to-back snow storms are expected to move through the tri-state area within the next few days, bringing a chance of plowable snow in many areas.
Some rugged winter conditions are expected for much of western NY and the Finger Lakes heading into the weekend, and lasting into the first part of next week.
Showers will wind down Friday afternoon with cold and breezy conditions lingering.
System snow is expected to diminish later in the day on Saturday, with lake-effect snow kicking in overnight. 47 will be the high. 9 degrees will be the low.
Those commuting Friday morning are advised to watch out for slippery roads.
Winter Storm Harper's trajectory is still uncertain at this point, however, predictions have the storm moving through the central states and into the Northeast, bringing heavy snow to the Plains, New England, Pennsylvania and New York State in particular.