You can see the light snow moving into our region from the northwest on radar -- this will keep our chances elevated through Friday morning.
Our forecast of 1-3 inches around D.C. nicely matched reality, and thus emerges as a particularly successful prediction.
We considered a few things when trying to come up with an amount. But we want to hear what you think!
This morning's commute snow was about as uneventful as any I've seen. The greater region handled the snowstorm like seasoned pros.
Lots of D.C. photographers were able to get some beautiful snowy shots on their way to work this morning.
We start our day with snow, coinciding with morning commute. This snow sticks, so motorists: take your time or wait until it departs.
It's a calm before the storm kind of evening, but snow arrives late night and it just might peak during the rush hour on Thursday.
Snow. During morning rush hour. That's all you need to hear to know there's the likelihood of some school delays and cancellations Thursday.
47 million people are under winter weather advisories and winter storm watches across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic on Wednesday.
We expect around 1-3 inches of snow in the immediate area by mid-Thursday morning, but amounts may need to be adjusted.