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Posted at 11:30 AM ET, 12/03/2010

Your Call: How much snow in D.C. this winter?

Last winter - the year of Snowpocalypse, Snowmageddon and Snoverkill - the D.C. area couldn't buy a break in the snow department. This winter, while places like London and western New York are off to a fast start, our first snow chance seems fairly certain to miss the area well to the south.

Will this winter bring anything like last winter's record-breaking 56 inches of snow at National Airport (and 73" at Dulles)? Or will it be much closer to or below the average annual snowfall of 15 inches at National (and 21" at Dulles)? We've already given you our forecast. Now, it's your turn...

Bonus questions: When will National Airport record its first snowfall of 1 inch or more (average date: Dec. 28)? And exactly how many inches of snow will National end up with for the season (extra credit for including a Dulles forecast as well)? Log your responses in the comments section below. We'll take a look back at your predictions after our first inch of snow has come and at the end of the season, and promise to give credit where credit is due.

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