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Posted at 08:00 PM ET, 03/01/2009

Steady Snow East, Not Much West

Accumulations may be less than forecast west of I-95

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Depending on where you live, you may be getting steady, moderate snow, spotty light snow or nothing at all. South and east of the District, snow has been accumulating and continues to. Inside the beltway, there has been light to moderate snow, with accumulation mainly on grassy areas. But, west of the beltway, snow is much more spotty, and in some instances, non-existent.

The heaviest and steadiest snow remains along and east of I-95. This will continue to be the case over the next several hours. An area of snow has developed to the southwest in central Virginia, and that should refresh the snowfall over the next several hours in areas that haven't seen much. And another area of snow in the Carolinas may pivot through the region later tonight, and provide some more snow. The way it looks now, accumulations may be at the lower end of the forecasted range...especially if you live west or northwest of the District.

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