HERE WE GO!!!! WINTER STORM WATCHES HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR ALL COUNTIES HIGHLIGHTED IN RED! From midnight until 8pm on WEDNESDAY! NWS saying potential for 5” or more in highlighted zone! pic.twitter.com/U0ZaJW0JLm— Mike Thomas (@MikeTFox5) March 19, 2018
The National Weather Service has issued Winter Storm Watch and Winter Weather Advisories for the Washington, DC metro area, Baltimore area and regions west starting Tuesday night into Wednesday night. Potential snowfall totals could reach or exceed 5".
Current forecast models provided by the NWS are showing predicted amounts of snowfall between 4-6" in the DC/Baltimore/Frederick triangle, with totals increasing towards the mountains. High end forecasts show as much as 9" in DC, 11" in Baltimore, and 16" in Frederick.
The #Euro model is way more aggressive with #snow amounts near a foot for the #ShenandoahValley and 3-5” for most @DMVFollowers along #I95 corridor. Best chance to accumulate #snow would be Tue night into Wed morning. I’m thinking 2-3” DC, 6” along I81. pic.twitter.com/mdcAetebNA— Chuck Bell (@ChuckBell4) March 19, 2018