A fast-moving weather disturbance swings by to the north overnight, bringing a period of snow to much of the D.C. region.
Whereas recent snows offered photographers just a dusting or light covering to work with, Snochi's 7-18 inches provided greater depth.
We take a look at the atmospheric elements that made Snochi such a powerful and memorable Nor’easter.
Our forecast for the winter storm Wednesday night and Thursday was quite good, but not perfect - as we under-predicted amounts in some areas.
The last of the remaining show showers are diminishing as Storm Snochi exits stage northeast. What's next?
Today’s big forecast problem is attempting to get a handle on whether, where and when such a band might impact various parts of the area.
As this storm overachieved in some areas and a name for it has emerged, we name it in honor of the coinciding winter Olympics ....
Snow has overspread the entire region and the storm, thus far, is playing out as anticipated - but it gets trickier towards morning into tomorrow.
Yesterday I said those wishing for a boom scenario at their house should root for a "deformation" heavy snow band to sit over their neighborhood. What's that all about?
After reviewing this morning's model runs, we've decided to only make minor changes to our accumulation forecast.