On the spectrum of snow storms, this was far from a Boston-style nor’easter. But it was plenty enough to deliver widespread snow totals of three to six inches.
Generally, 3 to 6 inches fell across the immediate metro region - within the forecast range - but at the low end.
As much as six inches of snow fell in the Washington area, but with many in the region taking a snow day, it seems more picturesque than nuisance.
Hazardous roads are likely due to several inches of steady snow and temperatures in the teens overnight. Our latest updates...
4-8 inches of snow is most likely, with 5-10 inches in our far southern suburbs and 3-6 inches in our far northern suburbs.
The storm buried much of the D.C.-Baltimore area under more than 20 inches of snow.
Tonight's newest weather data continues to suggest a moderate to significant snowstorm is likely across the area.
Assuming no significant changes in the forecast, this should be the heaviest snowfall of the season so far.
The weekend snowstorm has made it the third snowiest season on record for Boston, with 89.7 inches so far.
Models have yet to reach a consensus about the track, timing, or impact of a potential snow-maker after the holiday weekend.