What a bummer of a weekend for the D.C. snow lovers as Central and Southwestern Virginia getting the brunt of the storm. Snowfall totals up to 9 inches fell over parts of SW Virginia and Southern West Virginia this weekend. The highest totals were 9.8 inches in Alleghany County, Virginia and 9.6 inches in Montgomery County, Virginia which is near Blacksburg. Locally, only an inch or two of snow fell in Southern Maryland and closer to D.C. but up to 6 inches or more fell in areas such as Orange County, VA and south towards Charlottesville and in the mountains along I-64. Here's a look at how much snow fell from the National Snow Analysis page.
- Estimated Snowfall Depth (NOAA/NOHRSC)
Another great look at it is from space. Check out the visible satellite from this morning showing the snow left behind and the clouds exiting off the east coast.
- Snow as seen from space in Monday morning's satellite picture
Some large snowflakes were seen as well and a few poeple took some videos though I haven't found anything too impressive. Here's one video showing some snow just in case you are feeling blue for having missed it locally.