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BALTIMORE (AP) - Maryland officials are monitoring conditions of the state's roads ahead of a strong cold front that is expected to bring extreme temperatures.

State Highway Administration officials warn Monday morning that rain could freeze on roads and with dense fog, driving conditions could be dangerous.

The National Weather Service has issued wind chill advisories across the Baltimore-Washington region through Tuesday evening. They warn that temperatures dropping into the teens overnight into Tuesday, combined with high winds will mean dangerously low wind chill temperatures below zero.