After reviewing this evening's models, we have concluded 4-8 inches of snow Thursday seems most likely in the immediate metro area.
A reasonable first snowfall estimate for the immediate metro area is 3-6 inches but this number may have to be adjusted.
How much snow we get will depend on how fast the cold air arrives Wednesday night relative to how quickly the moisture exits the area Thursday.
Expect treacherous sidewalks, driveways and side streets overnight and school delays are likely in the morning.
Cold air firmly in place and moisture moving in create the perfect recipe for a wintry mix tomorrow across the D.C. area.
Combined with cold and untreated roads, the storm has made travel more than just a hassle across the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.
Lots of D.C. photographers were able to get some beautiful snowy shots on their way to work this morning.
47 million people are under winter weather advisories and winter storm watches across the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic on Wednesday.
Boston's snow would be nearly record-breaking in Alaska, let alone New England.
According to Alabama meteorologist James Spann, you can't be truly informed unless you read the whole forecast.