Because of the snow, Merrilee's school opened three hours late. That meant she had to go to work with daddy for a while.
Some of daddy's co-workers, especially Mr. Scott (who Merrilee calls "the funny man") took their time to entertain her. Mr. Scott did his animal impressions. First he was a cow, then a snake, and finally a rooster!
And lest you think we're done with snow, this Baltimore forecast is leading the news here tonight:
A Winter Storm Watch is in effect from Friday morning through Saturday evening.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch, which is in effect from Friday morning through Saturday evening.
Precipitation type, snow.
Accumulations, this storm is likely to produce 12 or more inches of snow in the watch area, with a good chance for localized amounts over 20 inches.
Timing, snow is expected to begin late morning Friday, continuing through Saturday evening.
Temperatures, highs in the lower to mid 30s Friday. Friday night and Saturday, temperatures will be 25 to 30 degrees.
Winds, east 5 to 10 mph Friday and Friday night, becoming north 10 to 20 mph Saturday.
This storm has the potential to be similar to the December 19th storm. Plan for substantial disruptions to travel Friday afternoon through the weekend.