Sunday snow-day: Photos from snowstorm south of DC


WASHINGTON — Snow began to accumulate in the southern suburbs of D.C. late Sunday afternoon. Some residents in the snowy areas sent in some photos of what they were seeing while they were wrapping up their weekend.

More southerly Virginia cities like Charlottesville, Fredericksburg and Stafford saw accumulation in the range of 1 to 3 inches, while some locations in Nelson County checked in with five inches of snow.

Are you seeing snow in your area? Send us your snow photos via twitter or talkback@wtop.com.

See photos below.

Jim Moshos sent in this photo of the streets in Richmond earlier Sunday night. (Courtesy Jim Moshos)
Jim Moshos sent in this photo of the streets in Richmond earlier Sunday night. (Courtesy Jim Moshos) (Courtesy Jim Moshos)
Jim Moshos sent in this photo of the streets in Richmond earlier Sunday night. (Courtesy Jim Moshos)
Jackie Dustin of Stafford sent this photo of her small dog dealing the the snow, and a cone. (Courtesy Jackie Dustin)
Jackie Dustin of Stafford sent this photo of her small dog dealing the the snow, and a cone in Stafford. (Courtesy Jackie Dustin) (Courtesy Jackie Dustin)
Sherry Brandau of Spotsylvania sent in this photo from just before 5 p.m.. (Courtesy Sherry Brandau) (Courtesy Sherry Brandau)
The @CentVastorm Twitter account sent this photo of accumulation in Powhatan, Va. (Courtesy @CentVastorm via Twitter)
The @CentVastorm Twitter account sent this photo of accumulation in Powhatan, Va. (Courtesy @CentVastorm via Twitter) (Courtesy @CentVastorm via Twitter)
Bryan Wells sent in this photo from Mechanicsville. (Courtesy Bryan Wells via Twitter)
Bryan Wells sent in this photo from Mechanicsville. (Courtesy Bryan Wells via Twitter) (Courtesy Bryan Wells via Twitter)
Plenty of snow in Calvert County, based on this photo from WTOP's Michelle Basch. (WTOP/Michelle Basch)
Plenty of snow in Calvert County, based on this photo from WTOP’s Michelle Basch. (WTOP/Michelle Basch) (WTOP/Michelle Basch)
Steven Autrey sent in this photo from Fredericksburg. (Courtesy Steven Autrey via Twitter)
Steven Autrey sent in this photo from Fredericksburg. (Courtesy Steven Autrey via Twitter) (Courtesy Steven Autrey via Twitter)
Kelly Dorsey Noe sent in this photo of her horses in southern Fauquier County. (Kelly Dorsey Noe via Twitter)
Kelly Dorsey Noe sent in this photo of her horses in southern Fauquier County. (Kelly Dorsey Noe via Twitter) (Kelly Dorsey Noe via Twitter)
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Snow started to stick in Waldorf, Maryland on Sunday afternoon. (WTOP/Darci Marchese) (WTOP/Darci Marchese)
Snow started to stick in Waldorf, Maryland on Sunday afternoon. (WTOP/Darci Marchese)
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Some areas south of Washington, D.C. started to see snow sticking around 4 p.m. (WTOP/Darci Marchese) (WTOP/Darci Marchese)
(WTOP/Darci Marchese)
Some school districts south of Washington, D.C. already canceled classes for Monday. (WTOP/Darci Marchese) ((WTOP/Darci Marchese))
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Jim Moshos sent in this photo of the streets in Richmond earlier Sunday night. (Courtesy Jim Moshos)
Jackie Dustin of Stafford sent this photo of her small dog dealing the the snow, and a cone. (Courtesy Jackie Dustin)
The @CentVastorm Twitter account sent this photo of accumulation in Powhatan, Va. (Courtesy @CentVastorm via Twitter)
Bryan Wells sent in this photo from Mechanicsville. (Courtesy Bryan Wells via Twitter)
Plenty of snow in Calvert County, based on this photo from WTOP's Michelle Basch. (WTOP/Michelle Basch)
Steven Autrey sent in this photo from Fredericksburg. (Courtesy Steven Autrey via Twitter)
Kelly Dorsey Noe sent in this photo of her horses in southern Fauquier County. (Kelly Dorsey Noe via Twitter)
(WTOP/Darci Marchese)
WTOP/Darci Marchese
(WTOP/Darci Marchese)


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