As of noon Saturday, many Restonians were measuring snowfall at about 20 inches. But the storm is far from over.
The National Weather Service says to expect intervals of heavy snow to continue Saturday afternoon. The NWS also says drifting will continue to be a problem and warns residents not to attempt to travel.
Several snow plows were seen stuck in Reston Saturday morning.
The NWS has increased the snowfall amounts expected for the area. The Reston area should see closer three feet rather than two feet as the snow is expected to continue through at least Saturday night.
The Blizzard Warning remains in effect through Sunday at 6 a.m.
Graphic: Expected snow totals in DC area/Credit: NWS
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