Warnings extended to DC ahead of weekend winter storm

The official forecast from the Baltimore-Washington office of the National Weather Service. Within central Virginia, there is potential to get more than the rest of the WTOP listening area, depending on the storm lingering there into Sunday evening. (Courtesy National Weather Service)

WASHINGTON — All signs are pointing to a snowy weekend in the D.C. area, courtesy of a storm system moving in from the west on Saturday afternoon.

Confidence is growing that the D.C. metropolitan area could see anywhere between 3 and 7 inches of snow before all is said and done late Sunday morning. Totals will vary depending on location, and areas from D.C. south into Virginia are the most likely to see higher amounts.

Several school systems in the area have canceled Saturday activities. For a complete list of closures, visit WTOP’s Closings and Delays page.


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Original published: 2019-01-12 13:30:34 Read the full Washington News here


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