- The Washington Times - Friday, March 16, 2007


The National Weather Service posted a winter weather advisory for Loudoun, Frederick, Carroll and northern Baltimore counties until 2 a.m. tomorrow.

A flood watch was posted for the entire National Capital region from 8 a.m through this evening.

Forecasters said rain is likely to fall over the District and Baltimore city and eastern suburbs throughout the day.

West of the Capital Beltway, there could be a mix of sleet changing to all snow by late afternoon.

With the chance of precipitation near 100 percent and high temperatures in the mid-30s, evening commuters could be met with wet roads and some icy spots.

The following schools have modified their schedules:

Allegany County schools — closed

Carroll County schools — dismissing two hours early

Harford County schools — dismissing two hours early

Frederick County schools — dismissing two hours early

Washington County schools — dismissing two and a half hours early

Frostburg State University — closed until 4 p.m.

Snow emergency plans are in effect for Allegany and Washington counties.

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