When it comes to snow in March, it’s not that uncommon in the D.C. area. But how about on March 21, when the region is supposed to have sprung into spring and cherry blossom blooms are on the horizon?
Forecasters expect a weather disturbance to bring a mix of rain and wet snow to parts of the D.C. area midweek, but it’s the storm due to arrive by Monday next week that is raising some eyebrows.
Recent winters have featured above average March snowfalls. Here’s a look at some of the snowiest.
Meteorological winter runs from December through
the end of February, but snow does fall in March
around D.C. Find out how often.
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