Snow will blanket Maryland Sunday afternoon. By early evening, forecasters say precipitation will shift to freezing rain and sleet along the Interstate 95 corridor.

Because temperatures are below freezing, forecasters say snow is expected to accumulate quickly.

Gov. Larry Hogan asked people to stay off the roads.

"Winter weather is expected to bring snowfall to much of the state this afternoon," Hogan said in a statement Sunday morning. He said the National Weather Service predicts up to an inch of snow an hour as a line of rain and snow pushes southeast to northwest.... Read More: Pikesville Patch