Reported snowfall

Snowfall reports from the National Weather Service. Data as of 8:04 a.m. See source data.

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Snowzilla, to scale

As of Saturday night, Snowzilla had dropped more than two feet of snow in some places, putting it in company with other infamous winter storms.

[U.S. snow is below average this season, but this weekend’s storm will change that considerably]

Daily snowfall totals from Oct. 1, 1995 to Jan. 15, 2016. Snowzilla data as of 8:46 p.m. Saturday.

Baltimore–Washington

International Marshall Airport

BWI

Snowzilla

29.2 inches

30 inches

Snowmaggedon

25 inches

20

10

0

’96

’10

’16

Washington Dulles

International Airport

IAD

Snowzilla

28.3 inches

Blizzard of 2003

18 inches

20

10

0

’96

’03

’16

DCA

Reagan National Airport

Snowzilla

Blizzard of 1996

17.8 inches

19 inches

20

10

0

’96

’16

Note: Snowzilla totals are preliminary.

Baltimore–Washington International Marshall Airport

BWI

Snowzilla

30 inches

Snowmaggedon

29.2 inches

25 inches

20

10

0

’96

’98

’00

’02

’04

’06

’08

’10

’12

’14

’16

Washington Dulles International Airport

IAD

Snowzilla

30 inches

Blizzard of 2003

28.3 inches

18 inches

20

10

0

’96

’98

’00

’02

’04

’06

’08

’10

’12

’14

’16

DCA

Reagan National Airport

30 inches

Blizzard of 1996

20

Snowzilla

19 inches

17.8 inches

10

0

’96

’98

’00

’02

’04

’06

’08

’10

’12

’14

’16

Note: Snowzilla totals are preliminary.


[Related: Washington, D.C., snowfall total called into question after improper measurement]

Source: National Weather Service

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