3 a.m. National Weather Service Update

Posted 3:29 a.m.

The National Weather Service has issued its latest forecast for the storm. As you can see on the map, most of Fairfax County is expected to receive 8-10 inches, with western parts of the county upwards of 14 inches. A winter storm warning remains in effect for the county and region through this evening. This heavy, wet snow will be accompanied by strong winds (35-40 mph gusts).

National Weather Service 3 a.m. forecast for March 6, 2013

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One response to “3 a.m. National Weather Service Update”

  1. David McCormick says :

    I had a feeling you’d love to read this one so you and Pat can appreciate where you are. No kidding, it is marvelous here in Northern Virginia on many days of the summer. Today, it is absolutely white and beautiful, if you can enjoy an overcast sky during a real Noreaster.

    Love, Rusty

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