BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Some organizations round Maryland are getting ready for the potential of freezing rain Sunday morning.
Freezing rain on Sunday could make for very slick roads during the first half of the day. The Nationwide Climate Service has issued a Winter Climate Advisory for all northern Maryland, together with Baltimore Metropolis and Baltimore County from 6 a.m. till midday.
Crews from the Maryland State Freeway Administration will patrol for freezing situations and deal with accordingly, in accordance with an SHA assertion.
Motorists are requested to keep away from or delay journey Sunday and Monday and telework if attainable.
The SHA has the next ideas for individuals who should be on the roads:
- Decelerate. Posted velocity limits are for superb climate situations.
- Use further warning on elevated surfaces, equivalent to bridges, overpasses and ramps. These areas freeze first.
- Don’t crowd the plow. Depart loads of area between your car and SHA gear.
- Residents can get the most recent journey data by logging onto roads.maryland.gov. The Statewide Transportation Operations Useful resource Map (STORM) identifies the place SHA and contractual gear is and the place they’ve been. The SHA additionally invitations drivers to view the a whole lot of reside visitors cameras that permits sensible journey choices.
One place individuals will be unable to go to Sunday is the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore.
The zoo mentioned in an announcement it will likely be closed to the general public Sunday because of the anticipated climate.
The zoo will reopen for its regular winter hours Monday, that are between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Friday to Monday till the top of February.
Throughout this time, admission is decreased to $15 per particular person.
For zoo members and kids youthful than 2, admission is free.