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Overnight Pummeling: Storm Update #4

Jason Samenow @ 7:46 AM

Very heavy bands of snow set up over the area overnight, resulting in impressive accumulations across the area. Anywhere between 6" and 17" fell throughout the region, with light snow still falling in many places.

Reagan National officially had received 8" as of around 7:00am and most areas in Montgomery and Fairfax Counties had received over 10", with amounts as high as 17" in some locations. In northwest DC, I measured about 11", after receiving heavy snow accompanied by instances of vivid lighting and some thunder overninght.

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Light snow and flurries will gradually taper off from southwest to northeast this morning...shutting down everywhere by around noon. Less than 1" of additional accumulation is expected. It will be windy and cold, with subfreezing temperatures this morning and a high in the low 30s this afternoon.

Storm Recap

Dan will post a storm recap sometime this afternoon. You may also want to tune into WeatherTalkRadio on WCBM-AM 680 (Baltimore) today, at 3:00pm, as meteorologists Tony Pann and Justin Berk plan a lively show recapping the storm.


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