- Blizzard Warnings have been issued for the Central Virginia mountains including Skyline Drive
- One Foot of rain will fall by the time this storm winds down on Tuesday
- Hurricane Force Wind Gusts will occur in the Washington & Baltimore Metropolitan Areas late this evening through the overnight
- Widespread sustained winds of 30 to 50 mph will be common with gusts to 70 mph across the entire region
- A historic “Special Weather Statement” continues for the National Capital Region from the folks at the National Weather Service Office: Conditions Will Deteriorate Rapidly now through the overnight! Widespread power outages will occur across the DC Region.
- Winds will continue to increase between 35 and 55 mph across the Washington Region tonight with gusts to Hurricane Force as Sandy gets wrapped up into a deepening trough.
6 to 12 inches of Rain will Cause Widespread Flooding of creeks, streams, rivers, basements, underpasses and low-lying areas.
Snow: 1 to 3 Feet in the mountains in elevations above 2000 feet.
Batten Down the Hatches… the winds are going to occasionally gust to Hurricane Force late this evening!