WASHINGTON — Snow flakes were still falling in the DMV Tuesday after a winter storm moved into the region over the weekend, prompting the first real snow day in two years. The snow closed schools and made for dangerous commutes, but also saw people building snow men and tossing snow balls, eager for a chance to be a kid after a particularly trying year.
D.C. could add another 1/2 inch to an inch by Tuesday evening. While we could see a few clouds Wednesday morning, sunshine returns Wednesday with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s.
Overnight: A few more snow showers <1", windy and colder. Low: 30.
Wednesday: Returning mostly sunny, still windy and cold. High: 43.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and milder, some late clouds. High: 49
Here are some of the latest snowfall totals
- BWI Airport 3.9 inches
- Sabillasville 20.5 inches
- Frederick 7 inches
- Deer Park 14.8 inches
- Thurmont 13.2 inches
- Damascus 5.4 inches
- Clarksburg 4.8 inches
- Herndon 4.5 inches
- Vienna 4.0 inches
- Dulles International Airport 5.5 inches
- Reagan National Airport 2.6 inches
- Leesburg 5 inches
- Falls Church 4.3 inches
- Check a fully updated list of totals below:
We'll see the cold air gradually leave the DMV as we go through the week with highs in the 40s to around 50 with rain and showers by Friday.