March 2, 2021

Weather News – Road Conditions – weather forecast

Snow in D.C., Maryland and Virginia Sunday

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Here’s the latest on the snowfall, road conditions and weather across the region.

WASHINGTON — Snow and rain hit the region Sunday morning. Moderate to heavy snow could bring about an inch to four inches of snow in some areas in D.C., Maryland and Virginia. 

By Sunday afternoon, we’ll get a brief changeover from snow to rain, followed by drying skies. All rain and snow are expected to be gone by 1 p.m.

As the snow clears, roads will dry out by the afternoon and any leftover wet areas will freeze in the evening. So be sure to watch out for black ice! Temperatures will drop in the evening around 8 a.m. to below freezing. 

Here’s the latest on the snowfall, road conditions and weather across the region:

7:10 a.m. — Middletown, Md. appears to be snow-covered. Some areas could get up to four inches of snow Sunday.

7:02 a.m.– Snow falling in the Clarksburg, Md. area in the suburbs of Montgomery County.

6:47 a.m. — Snow is sticking to the ground Northwest of D.C. Roads are also snow-covered 25 miles outside D.C.

6:27 a.m. — It is officially raining and snowing in the region. We’re expecting moderate to heavy snow to hit some areas.

6:15 a.m. Snow is mixing in with the rain in D.C.

6:11 a.m. — Snow has started to fall in the Loudoun County, Va. area.

5:54 a.m. — Roads are snow-covered on Interstate 66 in Linden, Va. in Fauquier County.

5:03 a.m. — It’s raining in D.C. Looks like snow has started falling west of the Blue Ridge.

4:51 a.m. — Rain and snow is hitting the region overnight into Sunday morning. 

Here’s the timeline:  

Now – 11 a.m. — Snow, heavy at times. Some rain south and east of D.C. 

Sunday: 11 a.m. –  3 p.m. —  Snow/rain ends, with partial clearing.

Sunday 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. —  A dry afternoon and evening, with drying roads.

Sunday 6 p.m. – Midnight — Prepare for re-freezing with temps below freezing by 8 p.m. in the suburbs and around midnight downtown.

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