The winter weather is continuing to exit the region, but in its wake, we still have some icy spots, especially for bridges and overpasses.
Wednesday storm was a significant one for our region, dropping more than 6 inches of snow in isolated areas. Generally, the region picked up between 3 and 6 inches of snow, with 4.5 inches of snow being measured at BWI airport. Heading into the overnight, leftover rain and mostly fog will be the issue.
The areas that measured the most snow were outside the city. For instance, Gamber in Carroll County measured 6.2 inches of snow from this recent storm. Sabillasville in Frederick County measured 6.5 inches of snow. Ballenger Creek measured 5.5 inches of snow.
And going back to the climate reporting station for the region, which is BWI, with the addition of 4.5 inches of snow, we are now within an inches of normal snowfall this season. So far, we're measured 15.60 inches of snow.