If a drop of rain or snowflake came with a price tag, Baltimore County residents can now track it online.
Baltimore County is now posting costs of storm clean-up on its website.
"The public is often interested in how much it costs County government's Department of Public Works each time there is a significant storm," said County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, in an emailed statement. "Posting this information online is just one more way to make government transparent. More and more people are using the County's website to access key information, and this data will be updated after each significant storm event."
Wintery weather, including some snow, could affect the Baltimore County area but forecasters are only predicting an inch or two at most.