The light snow that fell in the Hagerstown area Wednesday might not be the last taste of wintery weather this week.
Forecasters say more snow is expected to fall Saturday. How much depends on who you talk to.
Hagerstown received its largest measured snowfall of the season Wednesday, just 0.7 of an inch, according to Hagerstown weather observer Greg Keefer. Between Sunday and Monday, a total of 0.3 of an inch was measured, according to Keefer.
On Wednesday evening, AccuWeather and the National Weather Service both said more snow was in the forecast for Saturday.
National Weather Service meteorologist Howard Silverman, based in Sterling, Va., said the storm was "still in the making." Silverman said the weather service's forecasters have set the likelihood of snow at 60 percent and have not released a predicted inch count.