From the ABC 7 Weather team

Monday's snowfall totals from Central Virginia to Southern Maryland

March 5, 2012 - 02:34 PM
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Check out some of the highest snowfall totals from today. Up to 10 inches of snow was reported south of D.C.

Did you see any snow today? Chances are if you were in the D.C. area, it was limited to a couple flurries or snow showers. That is nothing like what was falling this morning in parts of Central Virginia. Barboursville, VA in Orange County seemed to be hit the worse, with 10 inches of snow. Where is Barboursville? Here's a nice little map to give you a good idea as it lies just to the northeast of Charlottesville.


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Other areas around Charlottesville and Staunton reported up to 6 inches of fresh, powdery snow. Here's a look in a map form of how much snow was reported and where.

Snowfall Map for Monday, March 5th

Here are some of the highest snowfall totals from Central Virginia to Southern Maryland.

Barboursville, VA (Orange Co.) - 10.0 inches

Eheart, VA (Albermarle Co.) - 9.0 inches

Earlysville, VA (Albermarle Co.) - 8.5 inches

Spotsylvania, VA (Spotsylvania Co.) - 5 inches

Avenue, MD (St. Mary's Co.) - 1.0 inch

Below is a look at one of our WeatherBug cameras in Wintergreen that showed the snow late this morning through the early afternoon.

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