While the storm caused major problems across the southern U.S., we get a glancing blow in DC, but some heavier snows hit not too far away.


WASHINGTON (WUSA 9)-- Tuesday night's snow was a very dry and powdery snow due to the very cold air in place. National Airport reported 0.9" while Dulles saw only 0.3". The heaviest snows were off to our south and southeast with some areas reporting more than 6" of accumulation. The snowfall map was derived from snowfall reports to the WUSA Weather office and from those reported to the National Weather Service.

Ridge, MD 6.5
Lusby, MD 5.5
Dameron, MD 5.3
Patuxent River, MD 5.0
California, MD 5.0
Leonardtown, MD 5.0
Oakville, MD 4.5
Hollywood, MD 4.0
Hughesville, MD 3.0
Clinton, MD 3.0
Brandywine, MD 2.5
Prince Frederick, MD 2.3
Bowie, MD 1.0

Reedville, VA 6.8
Dahlgren, VA 4.0
King George, VA 3.5
Spotsylvania, VA 2.5
Stafford/Quantico, VA 2.5
Mt. Vernon, VA 1.8 (35:1 ratio snow to liquid)
Annandale, VA 1.5
Morrissville, VA 1.5
Franconia, VA 1.0
Manassas, VA 0.9

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