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D.C. area snow timeline, totals and photos

March 25, 2013 - 08:47 AM
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Wet snow fell across the region last night and continues this morning, but how much fell and where?


Snow will taper off over the next few hours across the region as it gets closer to lunchtime on Monday. As of 8am, Reagan National Airport has recorded 1.3", which is the first inch of snow since January 26, 2011. That date just happened to be Commutageddon which I imagine many of you remember. Winter Weather Advisories continue through Noon for parts of the Metro north and west and Winter Storm Warnings continue through 6pm along the Blue Ridge and points west.

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Fox in the snow from Brenda Vinson Johnson in Boyds, MD

Doppler radar continues to show the heavier bands of snow moving east with the majority of the snow now over the Eastern Shore and moving north into New Jersey. Snow will still continue to be possible through the late morning hours and even linger as snow showers or flurries at times through the afternoon. Now that the sun is up, no further accumulations are likely, as temperatures have started to climb into the mid 30s.

Snow in Hamilton, VA from Kelly Gaitten

Snowfall totals across the area were heavy in a few spots overnight. The highest snowfall was seen over the Blue Ridge and points west.

Harrisonburg, VA: 7.5"      Luray, VA: 6.7"

Oldtown, MD: 5.5"      Middletown, MD: 5"

Stephens City, VA: 5"      Bealeton, VA: 5"

Middleburg, VA: 4.5"      Frederick, MD: 4"

Snow will continue to come to an end through the afternoon hours. Here's a quick look at our timeline. A few pockets of moderate snow will linger through Noon but should taper off to flurries later today. We think a few flurries or showers will continue to be possible tomorrow as well with unseasonably cool temperatures hanging around through the end of the week.

Snow timeline
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