The Baltimore region awoke to an inch or two of snow Thursday morning, with more cold, blustery weather in the forecast, according to the National Weather Service.
Other reports to the weather service included 1 inch in
Most of the Baltimore area, except for
Highs are not expected to surpass freezing for a third consecutive day Thursday, reaching the upper 20s across the region. Winds of 15-20 mph are expected, bringing wind chills of 10-15 degrees.
In Baltimore, a Code Blue alert is in effect, making additional resources available for the homeless. City senior centers are equipped to serve emergency meals and staff are prepared to dispatch a taxi to bring people in need of warmth to a center.
In Anne Arundel County, senior centers have been declared open to residents of any age who are in need of a place to warm up during the centers’ regular business hours. The centers also offer hot lunches. Harford County officials are advising the homeless and others seeking warmth to visit public libraries and malls.