Areas south of Atlanta will see a half inch to two inches of rain. Plan on hard travel conditions.
The first significant snowstorm of the season will blanket most of New Jersey on Saturday.
The advisory applies to Baltimore, and in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, Harford, Howard, Montgomery, Prince George's and St. Mary's counties. Benji's snowfall is slowing down in Texas Friday morning and moving toward the Gulf Coast and the Mid-Atlantic. A more substantial chance of snow is in Wednesday's forecast, with a 50 percent chance of some white stuff. Much of the state can expect to see 4-5 inches of snow, with 6 inches possible in certain areas.
In Maryland, the National Weather Service was predicting up to four inches of snow by late Saturday.
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2 to 6 inches are expected in the storm's long trail from Virginia through New England. Washington, D.C., can expect one to three inches, while the rest of the Northeast, from eastern Pennsylvania, central to northern New Jersey, and NY to ME will likely see three to five inches this weekend.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for northern Tangipahoa Parish and Washington Parish through 4 PM.
But another big factor that could keep down the totals is what has happened over the ocean, weather service meteorologist Chad Shafer said in his mid-morning update.
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