Our featured image shows the latest snow forecasts from Fox5, WUSA9, NBC4, and the National Weather Service.

WUSA9 and NBC4 go with 1-3″ for MoCo while Fox5 and the NWS have us in the 2-4″ range.

The snow should start around, or a little after, noon on Saturday and continue into Sunday afternoon.

I expect late Saturday night to be the worst in terms of impact on roads, so be careful as things could get pretty bad on untreated roadways. Sunday morning might also be a little problematic, but things should improve going into Sunday evening

Due to the low temps, it won’t take much to make things messy. It would take the higher end of the projections for this to impact schools on Monday and you can expect the first prediction to come out at some point this weekend (it will likely come out on the iOS MoCoSnow app later today).

More updates to follow as needed.

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Projected Snow Totals for Weekend Storm as of Friday Morning

4 thoughts on “Projected Snow Totals for Weekend Storm as of Friday Morning

  • 01/11/2019 at 3:22 pm
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    Mr. Tucker said that you had seen the models showing that the storm could be pushed back north, dropping a second wave of snow. Is this still true?

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    • 01/11/2019 at 3:24 pm
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      Something like that, but not exactly. I expect the next round of snow maps to show more snow projected for our area though. Update tonight

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  • 01/11/2019 at 4:46 pm
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    The models are drastically going up! I wouldn’t say drastically, but they are pretty high. NAM is showing a good amount of snow, and the Euro and GFS are too! Current prediction: 3-6 inches. A lot of maps have updated and StormTeam4 is showing 4-7 inches for our area. Fox5 is showing 4-6 inches for me, (I’m borderline between 2-4 and 3-6). WUSA9 updated their map and it is showing 3-5 inches for us now. Finally, we actually have an exciting storm.

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