Winter Storm Warning in Effect Until Late Tuesday Morning

Photos courtesy of the National Weather Service

The National Weather Service (NWS) has upgraded DC, Prince George’s, Montgomery, Howard, Loudoun, Fairfax, and other surrounding counties to a Winter Storm Warning.

10:30PM Update, per the NWS: “Given the ongoing, rapidly accumulating snow we have upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning for the DC Metro to Annapolis north to the MD/PA border. Total snow accumulations will reach 4-6″, with locally higher amounts by the end of the night.”

Most school systems have already made the decision to close, and it seems to be the right one with more snow falling overnight into Tuesday morning. The morning commute will likely be slick, with temperatures barely reaching the freezing mark tomorrow. While the evening commute should be better, slick spots may remain.


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