The National Weather Service says snow is in the forecast for Reston. There is a Winter Weather Advisory for all of Northern Virginia from midnight tonight until noon Thursday.
It is not predicting a lot of snow — about 1 to 2 inches Wednesday into Thursday. However, it could be enough to stick to freezing roads and disrupt the school schedule and morning commute.
The NWS says snow is likely mainly after 3 a.m. with new snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
But it may continue snowing until noon, Thursday, with temperatures below freezing.
The Capital Weather Gang says snow totals for Thursday are difficult to predict as the D.C. area is on the Northern edge of a front that will bring 5 to 10 inches of snow to Richmond. As of 2 p.m. Wednesday, the Capital Weather Gang was predicting up to 3 inches for Reston.
Reston Now will keep you updated.
And note: Metrological spring begins on Sunday.
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