Double digit snow totals were common across much of the metro region with even a few spots like Columbia (12.9 inches) and Washington Grove (12.3 inches) with more than a foot!

The following are snow totals through 10 PM Sunday

District Of Columbia Snow Totals
WUSA - TV - 10"

Maryland Snow Totals

Columbia - 13.0"
College Park - 11"
Four Corners - 11.2"
Olney - 14"
Damascus - 12"
Clarksburg - 11"
Rockville - 11.6"
Germantown - 12.0"
Norbeck - 10.8"
Bethesda - 9.5"

Virginia Snow Totals

Ashburn - 12"
Mclean - 10.5"
Falls Church - 10.1"
Vienna - 10"
Fairfax - 9.2"
Chantilly - 9.2"
Leesburg - 9.0"
Reston - 9.0"
Dulles Airport - 9.8"
National Airport - 9.0"
Gainesville - 7.8"
Bealeton - 8.5"

West Virginia Snow Totals
Bunker Hill - 10.0"
Martinsburg - 11.7"
Shepherdstown - 7"


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 The significant snowfall will cause travel impacts for the Monday morning commute along with widespread closings and delays.



Snow Potential: Recapping Our Snow "Calls"
FINAL CALL
With the snow coming down and more on the way, once again the snow forecast was raised Saturday night.

Forecast Snowfall Map for Jan 12-13 as of 10 PM Saturday night
Forecast Snowfall Map for Jan 12-13 as of 10 PM Saturday night
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Fifth Call For Snowfall -- Saturday Noon

Snowfall Potential Updated 12PM 1-12-19
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Fourth Call Snow Potential -- Saturday AM

Fourth Call Snowfall Jan 12 - 13
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Third Call Snow Potential -- From Friday

Third Call, Snow Map Jan 12 - 13
Third call snow map, updated Noon Jan 11 2019. 3" - 5" in the metro, and 5" - 8" from Luray to Fredericksburg and into part of southern Maryland.
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Second Call Snow Potential -- From Thursday

Second Call Snow Forecast for 1-12-19 to 1-13-19
Second Call Snow Forecast for 1-12-19 to 1-13-19
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First Call Snow Map -- From Wednesday

Snow Potential
First call for snow potential. Expect light snow to develop Saturday afternoon. Heaviest period sometime Sunday.
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