Following a powerhouse cold front late Thursday, cold air blasts into the area Friday and holds on through the weekend.
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., has seen 158.7 inches, which is a solid four feet above its average to date.
With the obvious additions of a toilet paper holder and a magazine rack, Goldberg can plow the snow for hours without need of a bathroom break.
The most likely timing for any snow shower activity is between about 2 a.m. and 10 a.m. Little or no accumulation is expected.
Winter has been stubborn to vacate this year. And to add insult, our region became cloaked in white on the vernal equinox.
The rain-snow line cut right through the heart of the D.C. metro region, resulting in an event with widely varying snowfall totals Friday morning.
A round-up of snow forecasts from different media outlets, the National Weather Service, and the Capital Weather Gang. And a reader poll...
Snow may cause challenging morning rush hour - with road conditions deteriorating as you go north and west from downtown Friday morning during the commute.
We interview Jim Steenburgh, professor of meteorology, mountain weather expert, and expert skier on where to find the world's best powder snow.
Our initial accumulation forecast, subject to change, calls for a coating to one inch of snow in the immediate metro area.