A Look at the Seasonal Snowfall Totals to Date

Winter is far from over and I am still optimistic that the DC Region may be impacted by one classic Nor’easter before the winter is out. I could be wrong, but this weekend is the six year anniversary of the Blizzard of 2016 (Winter Storm Jonas).  Since living in the DC Area, the most memorable storms were as follows: January 1996, February 2003, December 2009, February 2010, and January of 2016; we are on borrowed time, statistically speaking.  So how much snow has fallen so far this season across the Mid-Atlantic and New England?

Washington and Baltimore Regions

Philadelphia, NYC and Boston

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Snow Bust for DC but not for Southern Maryland and Fredericksburg

The cold air is taking longer to slosh over the Blue Ridge, delaying the change over to snow and busting the expectations of 1 to 2” in the District and the northern and western suburbs.

Southern Maryland, Fredericksburg and the northern Neck may see the longest period of snow with a coating to 2” possible on grassy surfaces. The snow may not end there until 4 or 5pm.


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