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TIMELINE: Here's when wintry mix moves out of the area

A coastal storm is bringing snow, sleet and rain to the DMV.

WASHINGTON — Key Points:

  • Winter storm is impacting the DMV now through Monday morning with strong winds and snow showers
  • No flash freezing overnight
  • Winds will gust up to 45 mph Monday
  • Wind chills remain in the 10s and 20s all day Monday  

Areas north and west of Washington, D.C. saw the most snow with 2" - 4" fell. 

Credit: tt
Credit: tt



Overnight rain tapering off with winds increasing. Snow continues west of Cumberland.  


6 a.m. - noon. -- Some snow showers but surface temperatures above freezing. Windy with wind chills in the teens and 20s.



 After 2 a.m. winds will get a littler lighter but remain breezy with gusts 25 to 35 mile per hour.   Winds will stick around through most of Monday. 

A Wind Advisory has been issued for most of the DMV for winds gusting up to 50 mph and a High Wind Warning has been issued for the Blue Ridge Mountains and counties west of I81 for winds gusting up to 60mph.

Credit: KM



This storm may bring the threat for snow covered roads, especially north and west, power outages, falling trees and branches, coastal flooding and reduced driving visibility .  


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