Residual effects from Sunday's snow and ice storm caused few problems during Monday's daylight and early evening hours.
Authorities said they were concerned the refreezing road surfaces could create dangerous conditions overnight into this morning.
Most parts of Washington County received between 4 and 5 inches of snow, plus about one-half inch of precipitation (sleet/ice/melted snow), during a storm that hit early Sunday, National Weather Service meteorologist Jim DeCarufel said.
Hagerstown weather observer Greg Keefer's Web site reported 5.3 inches of snow and about an inch of precipitation Sunday. The site said the snow tally for December was at 13.5 inches, 0.3 short of last year's total for the month, the snowiest December since 1973, according to the site.
Temperatures were expected to drop to a low of 21 degrees, overnight, the National Weather Service said. Temperatures were expected to reach a high of 49 degrees today, and rain may fall Wednesday, the National Weather Service said.