WASHINGTON — Snow walloped the area Thursday, with nearly a half foot in the inner suburbs and more than a foot in parts of Maryland.
Here are some of the unofficial snow totals from the National Weather Service:
Washington Arboretum — 7 inches
National Zoo — 5.5 inches
Georgetown — 4.8 inches
Lineboro in Carroll County — 12.5 inches
Boonsboro in Washington County — 11.5 inches
Walkersville in Frederick County — 10.3 inches
Columbia in Howard County — 9.5 inches
Gaithersburg in Montgomery County — 9.5 inches
Fort Meade in Anne Arundel County — 7 inches
Huntingtown in Calvert County — 6.1 inches
Winchester — 11 inches
Dulles International — 9.5 inches
Herndon — 9 inches
Reston — 8.6 inches
Great Falls — 7.7 inches
Alexandria — 5.5 inches
The National Weather Service reports the 9 ½ inches that fell at Dulles International Airport broke a record of 1 inch set for the day in 2001.
At Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., 4.8 inches of snow fell, breaking a record of 4.4 inches set in 1888 in the nation’s capital.
The weather service reports 6.2 inches of snow fell at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, breaking the record of 4 inches set in 1902.
It looks like the temperatures in the area set records. Dulles International Airport and Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport dropped to 12 degrees Friday. The previous record was 15 at Dulles and 13 at BWI.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.