Maryland is not alone in struggling to recover from the winter’s onslaught of cold and snow.
A series of cold fronts have hit the West Coast and even the Northwest in recent months.
The cold fronts brought a severe winter storm to the East Coast and Midwest, which has put a dent in the tourism industry, especially in the Midwest.
The impact of the storms on the tourist industry has been felt across the region, with hotels and restaurants shutting down, airlines and airlines charging higher rates for passengers and businesses, and even retailers and manufacturers reporting major losses.
And with a winter storm expected to hit in late January, winter weather is expected to continue to affect much of the West for weeks, potentially making travel much more difficult in the months ahead.
What to know about winter travel in the U.S.
Winter weather has brought a serious winter storm forecast to the Northeast.
The National Weather Service said a cold front will bring snow and ice to parts of the Northeast, including Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, New York, Boston and New Jersey.
Some snow is expected in New York and New York City, with more possible in the coming days.
Winter storm warnings are in effect for New York city and the greater New York area.
The storm is expected between midnight and 6 a.m.
ET, but that is expected not to be enough time to set off the warnings.
Snow is forecast to fall across much of New England, with areas in the Boston area seeing as much as a foot of snow and more.
The heavy snow will cause the region to be closed to motor vehicles and heavy snow and heavy rain is possible.
As winter weather approaches, some areas may see the first days of snow as early as Saturday.
Snowfall totals could reach as much in the hundreds of inches.
In the Midwest, the National Weather Services says snow and rain is expected for much of western Wisconsin and Illinois.
This is expected across the Great Lakes region and parts of western Michigan, Minnesota and northern Iowa, and snowfall totals in the lower Midwest are possible as high as 60 inches.
Heavy snow is possible along the Great Plains.
The region also is getting some early snow and freezing rain, with a possible chance of a few inches in some areas.
In western Minnesota, heavy snow could reach the Upper Midwest as early Monday, with temperatures forecast to drop to -30 to -40 degrees Fahrenheit.
The National Weather Bureau also is forecasting a cold air mass, with the cold air coming from the Gulf of Mexico.
Temperatures could dip to -18 to -22 degrees in the Lower Midwest, and possibly as low as -20 to -25 degrees in southern Minnesota and southwestern Iowa.
In Texas, heavy rain and cold temperatures are expected to occur in some parts of southern Texas on Monday.
The Texas Meteorological Center says it will see heavy precipitation from central to eastern Texas from Monday through Tuesday.
Heavy precipitation will occur from Texas to southeastern Louisiana, the U-Haul Trail and some portions of the Mississippi River Delta.
Snow and ice are expected in southern and eastern Oklahoma, including a chance for heavy precipitation to fall in some places.
Temperates in the southern Gulf Coast region could reach -15 to -20 degrees and the snow could be heavy.
Snow is expected from northern New Mexico through eastern New Mexico, with snow totals likely to reach as high to as 40 inches in places.
Snowfall totals are expected from New Mexico to southeastern Arizona, with some areas possibly seeing as little as one to two inches in snow.
In the southwestern states, some snow is also possible, with much of southern Arizona having up to four inches.
The area is also expected to see as much to as 10 inches of snow in some spots.
Snow totals could drop into the hundreds or even thousands of inches in areas of Arizona and Arizona.
In central Florida, snow and icy conditions are expected as well as heavy snow.
The temperature could dip into the teens and colder temperatures are possible.
Snow totals in central Florida are expected up to 15 inches and the number of inches could reach into the thousands.
Snow and ice will be heavy in the Southeast and the Southeast Coast region.
Snow amounts could reach several inches in the Northeast and eastern North Carolina, as well.
In central Florida and southern Florida, as much snow as six inches could fall.
Snow accumulations are also possible in parts of South Carolina and Georgia, along with parts of Virginia.
In southern Georgia, a high of six inches is possible in some of the areas with the snow.
Snow accumulation could reach up to two feet in the Carolinas and parts, including parts of North Carolina and parts and parts in South Carolina.
Snow could be heavier in parts in southern North Carolina.
Snow accumulations in parts, along the Carolines and in parts and portions in South, are expected, including in parts.
Snow could be up to six inches in parts or in parts along the Southeast, along parts, parts and in portions in parts