Blizzard Warning remains in effect from 3 PM this afternoon to 6 AM EST Sunday.

Heavy snow and wind with blowing and drifting snow this afternoon through Saturday night. Sleet may mix with the snow tonight into Saturday morning east of Interstate 95 before changing back to all snow by Saturday afternoon.

Our area is expected to receive around 24 inches of snow.

Heavy snow will develop this afternoon and continue through Saturday night. Conditions are expected to deteriorate this afternoon with the heaviest snow. Strongest winds, and potential life threatening conditions expected tonight through Saturday night.

City’s snow control center will be staffed to answer calls and monitor snow removal operations. Calls may be made to 240-487-3590.

County in collaboration with the Prince George’s County Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission reminds residents without heat to utilize one of the local Warming Centers near your community. (Please call the center to obtain specific hours of operation).

Also, any unsheltered residents seeking assistance during the late evening and night hours, are encouraged to call 211 or the homeless hotline at 1-888-731-0999. Counselors will be available to assist with the Prince George’s County’s Hypothermia “Warm Nights” program.

Remember to call 911 only in cases of emergency and utilize Prince George’s County’s CountyClick 311 system to obtain information about public services.
Important Utility Numbers include:
Pepco: 1-877-737-2662
Baltimore Gas and Electric (BG&E): 1-877-778-2222 or 1-800-685-0123
SMECO: 1-877-747-6326 or 1-888-440-3311
Washington Gas: 1-800-752-7520
Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission (WSSC): 1-800-828-4002