The wait for snow is almost over. First, some rain to get through. We change over to snow early Thursday, then it falls through much of the day.
Snow may be heavy at times during the day Thursday, with substantial accumulations expected - ranging from about 4-10 inches depending on where you live.
When Cantore came to D.C. for a "snowstorm" in March 2013, no snow accumulated downtown where he was positioned
You know what we think -- now we want to hear your forecast!
We think most schools and the Federal government will err on the side of caution and decide to close, given the forecast.
Local meteorologists agree -- this snowstorm could be a substantial one.
A waterspout is one of those things that can ruin a day at the beach in an instant.
Showers of today trend toward a steadier rain late. Then things get really interesting as rain changes to snow and snow piles up into Thursday.
After reviewing this evening's models, we have concluded 4-8 inches of snow Thursday seems most likely in the immediate metro area.
Patchy iciness is possible north and east of downtown where a few slick spots could develop through 7 or 8 p.m. Much milder and showery on Wednesday.