The latest news is good if you would just assume be done with accumulating snow until next winter. However, there is still time for things to change.
Yes, a major storm will explode off the East Coast early next week. But the potentially behemoth storm may only graze coastal areas.
Models seem to be converging on a solution offering us some snow next Tuesday but how much and whether it might accumulate is still very much up in the air.
It may snow again next week. But let's not read too much into those 6 words.
In the fight between winter and spring: A modest jab from Old Man winter tonight in our western areas. A punishing blow next week?
In both the last two winters D.C.'s biggest official storm happened in the second half of March. But in 2014, the snowstorm was truly incredible.
The storm poured “salt in the wound” of a harsh winter seemingly without end. We review ten aspects that conspired to create a major snowstorm.
By Jeff Halverson
We predicted accumulating snow. Just not enough. Not nearly enough.
The 7.2 inches ranks as D.C.'s 10th biggest snowstorm in March on record, knocking the 1993 March superstorm off the top 10 list.
Much of the area has already reached the top end of our forecast snow totals, and at least another 1-3" should be common by sunrise. Travel is expected to remain rough into the morning as many roads are now snow covered.
By Jason Samenow, Dan Stillman and Ian Livingston