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DMV sees 3 to 5 + inches of snow in the first snowfall of 2020

The highest totals were west of the D.C. metro

WASHINGTON — Many areas of the DMV picked up accumulating snow Tuesday, January 7th, including inside the Beltway. Totals were as high as nearly 6 inches in some areas west of I-81! Parts of western Maryland registered more than 4 inches of snow. There were widespread reports of 3 to 4 inches of snow across parts of northern Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley west of the metro. In the D.C. metro, 1 to 2 inches fell on the northwest side of the beltway, where inside the beltway totals were generally under an inch.

Even though most of the District picked up around a half an inch, Reagan National Airport, in its typical fashion of  and just west of metro D.C.

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Snowfall totals January 7th, 2020

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Snowfall totals January 7th, 2020


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