Johns Hopkins braces for snowstorm that never arrives

Forecast for significant snowfall falls flat across much of the region

All Johns Hopkins University day and evening classes were canceled Wednesday with winter weather expected to move through the region, though a forecast calling for as much as 10 inches of snow instead produced mostly rain.

The Baltimore and Washington metropolitan areas were under a winter storm warning that called for six to 12 inches of snow, but that warning was canceled mid-afternoon. The snow that did fall across much of the region quickly turned to slush or melted away.

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