This is the 5 AM regional radar image.
Snow will develop this morning and change to rain by mid afternoon as the temperatures slowly rise. Once temps reach 35 or 36 degrees the entirety of the precipitation should then become rain. That should happen by 2 or 3 PM.
Snow accumulations should be much lighter than was anticipated this time yesterday. It looks like a Wicomico County average may be around 2 inches, with more to the west and less to the east.
Monday will be very windy with light rain and temperatures rising into the mid 40’s. Areas from Baltimore north and west could be pounded with snow.
The developing nor'easter will likely bring heavy snow to some areas that have had little thus far this winter, which is just about at the midway point: https://t.co/QIGjxJdoyY pic.twitter.com/Nw9y63Qjlf
— Breaking Weather by AccuWeather (@breakingweather) January 30, 2021
As the sun sets tomorrow the rain in Salisbury is likely to turn to snow once again overnight into at least Tuesday morning.