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Posted at 10:45 PM ET, 01/29/2010

Update: Saturday snow chance solidifying

* Winter Weather Advisory tomorrow for D.C. & points south (map) *
* Winter Storm Warning far southern suburbs (map) *
* Outside now? Temps, radar, winds & more: Weather Wall *

Confidence is growing that tomorrow will be a snowy day for much of the metro region. Based on the latest data we're reviewing, the snow totals we provided in the map in our previous post may be a little conservative. For example, we anticipate in the 2-4" band over the metro region, totals will probably be closer to 4" than 2". In fact, in the National Weather Service is now calling for 3-5" of snow in the region covered by the Winter Weather Advisory (see map).

The snow will likely start between 6 and 9 a.m. south of the metro region (from Charlottesville to Fredericksburg, Va.) and from mid-to-late morning in the metro region. Check back tomorrow for in-depth coverage and updates.

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