Winter’s Last Stand????

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One of the many models that show the porential for some snow by Friday morning around 7AM. As of late Wednesday. anywhere from an inch or so to 3-4+ inches is possible. This will most likely be the last of snow for the season as much warmer takes a seat next week.
One of the many models that show the porential for some snow by Friday morning around 7AM. As of late Wednesday. anywhere from an inch or so to 3-4+ inches is possible. This will most likely be the last of snow for the season as much warmer takes a seat next week.
Image courtesy of pivotalweather.com : One of the weather models that shows the potential for some snow by Friday morning around 7AM. As of late Wednesday models indicate anywhere from an inch or so to 3-4+ inches is possible across portions of Virginia. This and a small late weekend burst of will most likely be the last of significant snow for the season as much warmer weather takes a seat next week.

Central Virginia Blue Ridge
In what’s probably the last of the snow for the 2015-2016 season may begin falling late Thursday evening into the morning hours Friday. There’s still a lot our there to be determined on exactly where this system will put the most snowfall, but as of late Wednesday, the potential is there for enough snow in some locations that might disrupt travel early Friday morning. At least initially.

Here is the latest on accumulating snow Thursday evening into Friday morning that could impact your Friday AM commute!

Posted by US National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington on Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Regardless, it won’t be around long as temps will rise into the mid 40’s on Friday. There’s another chance for some light snow late in the weekend, then temps rise to around 70° several days next week. A major pattern change is coming and it doesn’t look like conditions will be favorable for much, if any, more snow this season.

Spring officially starts on March 20th at 12:30 AM.

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