WASHINGTON (AP)- The National Weather Service says up to 8 inches of snow have fallen in far western Maryland.
By 9 a.m. Monday, the weather service reported 8 inches in Mount Savage, near the Allegany-Garrett county line. Frostburg had 7.1 inches, and Cumberland had 6 inches.
Snowfall was lighter further east. The agency reported 2.1 inches at Baltimore-Washington International Airport and 1.3 inches at Reagan National near Washington. The weather service predicts a little more accumulation before the storm ends Monday evening.
Maryland State Police report no major traffic problems in the western Maryland counties.
The storm dumped 6 to 10 inches over central Indiana Sunday and canceled dozens of flights.