Most of MoCo got between 4-7″ (I think NBC4’s map may have been the most accurate with this storm)– A pretty solid storm that warranted the early call for a day off! Main roads have improved for the most part,
We will be under a Winter Storm Watch from 10pm Tuesday night until 10pm Wednesday night, but snow isn’t expected to start until 4-7am on Wednesday morning. The latest map from the National Weather Service has all of MoCo in
The National Weather Service with an early call of about 4-6” overall for MoCo with a tenth to a quarter inch of ice on top of that throughout the day Wednesday. High chance of this changing one way or another
The Winter Weather Advisory was recently extended to include all of Montgomery County. Light to moderate accumulations of wintry precipitation could make sidewalks and roads icy. Loudoun County, our neighbor to the west, has already announced a delay for tomorrow.
What a week…and we’re not done yet. As most of you have probably seen, a Winter Weather Advisory in effect Friday from 6am-3pm. Accumulations of less than an inch to one inch likely between 7am and noon for MoCo. The
Today was our third snow day, which means the school year will now be extended until June 14, 2019. Other dates in 2019 identified as possible make-up instructional days, for any future snow days, include: April 17, April 18, and
MCPS made a good decision to get everyone home before the nastiness. The storm has pretty much finished up and it dropped the higher end of projections on most of us. Usually the 12+ hours we have until school slows
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for Montgomery County on Tuesday 1/29. For NW MoCo, it runs from from 6:00 AM until 9:00 PM. For C/SE MoCo it runs from noon until 10pm. 1-3 inches of snow is expected.
The last 24 hours gave us a shot at snow, took it away overnight, and brought it back this morning and early afternoon. We’re expecting rain on Tuesday with highs in the low 40s. The temperatures will drop and the
3 out of 5 surrounding counties have now announced delays (Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince George’s). The latest information show wind chills in the negatives at 7am. This is different than was shown earlier today, as wind chills were going to