WASHINGTON — Snow has mostly moved out of the D.C. area, and the final totals are nearly in.
Storm Team4’s Chuck Bell suggested the totals wouldn’t top 2 inches in most areas, and he looks to be correct. His colleague Mike Stinneford has been updating the totals via the National Weather Service all afternoon.
Stinneford said the fluffy, dry snow should end around sunset: “The worst of the weather should be off to the East by then, and the good news is we may see temperatures around 60 by early next week,” he said.
As of Friday afternoon, here are the totals so far.
Selected local snow totals as of 7 p.m. Friday
- Walkersville, Maryland — 2.2 inches
- Boonsboro, Maryland — 1.7 inches
- Damascus, Maryland — 1.7 inches
- Bethesda, Maryland — 1.5 inches
- Eldersburg, Maryland — 1.5 inches
- Annapolis, Maryland — 1.2 inches
- Upper Marlboro, Maryland — 0.8 inches
- Stephens City, Virginia — 1.5 inches
- Ballston, Virginia — 1.5 inches
- Purcellville, Virginia — 1.3 inches
- Winchester, Virginia — 1.3 inches
- Fairfax, Virginia — 1 inch
- Dulles Airport — 0.8 inches
- Reagan National Airport — 0.8 inches
- Washington, D.C. — 1.5 inches (Washington Highlands/Somerset)
- Washington, D.C. (Near Catholic University) — 1.1 inches
- Washington, D.C. (Near the Capitol Building) — 1.1 inches
- Washington, D.C. (Near the National Zoo) — 0.4 inches
Right about what we expected, although some areas, including my house over an inch. We said coating to an inch. 1-2″ well North of DC, but it was just North. https://t.co/Aip3A1n4KG
— Doug Kammerer (@dougkammerer) February 1, 2019
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