BALTIMORE - Emergency Operations Center are opened in Baltimore City to allow crews to coordinate storm response and recovery operations among city agencies, according to the Mayor's Office.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake is asking drivers to use caution when out and about and is advising people to stay inside if they can.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation is also prepared for the snow. Crews were deployed at midnight Wednesday, including workers with the Department of Transportation, Public Works and Rec and Parks.
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