So we've had a record-breaking 56" of snow this winter, but no more than 0.1" has fallen since February 10. More characteristic of the D.C. region, snowfall opportunities that emerged during the last two coastal storms fizzled. Snow drought, anybody?
During March, we average about 2" of snow, and last year had 6". A warm-up is forecast through the weekend, but heavy snow can fall in the middle and latter part of of the month. Most people remember the Superstorm of 1993 (March 12-13), and our biggest snow on record for the month occurred on March 29-30, 1942 (12").
So what will happen this year?