Cold air is in place, and the stage is set for a moderate to major snowstorm for the D.C. metro region
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After reviewing this evening's data, we stand by our earlier forecast of 5-10" of snow in the immediate metro area, and more in our western suburbs.
A major winter storm is expected in the region Wednesday night and Thursday, with heavy snow accumulations possible - though not guaranteed.
Widespread crippling snow amounts are still far from a lock. What factors could make the difference between an almost historic snow versus a run-of-the-mill snow to rain event?
We've analyzed all of the latest data and offer our first estimate of snow totals for the region Wednesday night into Thursday.
Twenty seven years ago, a large and disruptive winter storm barreled up the Eastern Seaboard. The storm forecast for Wednesday night shares some similarities.
Forecasts vary from 3 to 20 inches of snow in D.C. Wednesday night and Thursday. How much do you think will fall?
A winter storm is scheduled to impact the D.C. area midweek. Follow along as we track the newest computer model guidance for the event.
The forecast office serving the region sees the potential for at least 5 inches of snow and sleet.