How much snow did the DC region get from Saturday’s storm?

A brief but intense winter storm brought a quick accumulation of snow to the D.C. region. Here is a partial listing of how that snow was spread out by Saturday afternoon. Totals are relayed by the National Weather Service.

Washington, D.C.

  • DC National Zoo – 1.5″


  • New Market (Frederick County) – 6.3″
  • New Windsor (Carroll County) – 6″
  • Bellegrove (Alleghany County)
  • Hagerstown (Washington County) – 4.5″
  • Parkton (Baltimore County) – 4.4″
  • Poolesville (Montgomery County) – 3.5″
  • Columbia (Howard County) – 2″
  • BWI Airport (Anne Arundel County) – 0.4″


  • Berryville (Clarke County) – 4.3″
  • Massanutten (Rockingham County) – 4.2″
  • Ashburn (Loudoun County) – 4.1″
  • Riverton (Warren County) – 3.8″
  • Opal (Fauquier County) – 3″
  • Chantilly (Fairfax County) – 2.3″
  • Reagan National Airport (Arlington County) – 0.8″

    (Photo Dave Dildine)

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Joshua Barlow

Joshua Barlow is a writer, composer, and producer who has worked for CGTN, Atlantic Public Media, and National Public Radio. He lives in Northeast Washington, D.C., where he pays attention to developments in his neighborhood, economic issues, and social justice.

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