Image below shows the latest High Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) model simulating the future radar through 1 pm Wednesday. – Notice the very heavy snow banding developing right across the … Continue reading How Much Snow Could Fall by 8AM Wednesday?
Models are trending slower and closer to the coast with the track of the Nor’easter that will wallop the Nation’s Capital with one of our biggest March snowfalls in recent … Continue reading Crippling Heavy Wet Snow Headed to Washington: Plan for Scattered Power Outages Wednesday!
Rain will develop before rush hour on Tuesday across the Washington Region with a quick transition over to heavy, wet snow across the foothills of the Blue Ridge mountains, Shenandoah … Continue reading Snow Map Posted for Tuesday’s Storm, Odds Increasing for Higher Impacts Tuesday Night & Wednesday with Nor’easter
A mix of rain and snow will develop across the Washington Region overnight on Monday with accumulations likely north and west of Washington. How much snow accumulates on area roadways … Continue reading Watching Two Separate Storms Overnight Monday through Wednesday