An estimated wind chill of between 5-15 degrees below zero is forecast for the region between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, the National Weather Service (NWS) reports.
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Storm Timeline10 a.m. Tuesday: Snow began to fall in the region as the snowstorm blew east at about 25 mph, according to the NWS.
Midday Tuesday: the NWS estimated 4 inches of snow had fallen in central Anne Arundel County, with more on the way.
11 p.m. Tuesday: Snow is expected to cease when the weather will turn into snow showers. Clouds will break overnight leaving the skies clear.
Tusday night-Wednesday morning: An estimated wind chill of between 5-15 degrees below zero is forecast for the region between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, the NWS reports.
Wednesday morning: Clear skies, but an estimated high of 20 and low of 15 means the snow on the ground will stick around for a while.
Noon Wednesday: A winter chill advisory is in effect until this time Wednesday.
Rest of the week: Temperatures are forecast to remain below freezing until the weekend. Thursday will see a high of 22 and low of 11 , and Friday will see a high of 19 and a low of 17. Warmer temperatures are expected by Saturday with a high of 34 and a low of 20.