Poll: How much snow will fall in D.C. Wednesday night and Thursday?

Significant snow is likely in the D.C. area Wednesday night into Thursday, but as the storm is still 36 hours away, it’s still tricky to predict exact amounts.

At the extremes the National Weather Service is predicting as little as three inches (bottom 10th percentile) and up to nearly 20 inches (top 10th percentile).

Low end forecast

10th percentile (low-end) snowfall forecast (National Weather Service)

10th percentile (low-end) snowfall forecast (National Weather Service)

High end forecast

90th percentile (high-end) snowfall forecast (National Weather Service)

90th percentile (high-end) snowfall forecast (National Weather Service)

Its 50th percentile snow prediction is around 6-8 inches for the immediate metro area.

Mid-range forecast

50th percentile (mid-range) snowfall forecast (National Weather Service)

50th percentile (mid-range) snowfall forecast (National Weather Service)

How much snow do you think will fall? Vote in our poll below.

We’ll issue our own snowfall accumulation forecast map before noon.

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