Reston Under Winter Storm Watch Sunday to Tuesday

The National Weather ServiceNational Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch beginning late Sunday and lasting through Tuesday morning.

Here’s what to expect for Valentines Day and Presidents Day:

Temperatures in the teens and 20s that will feel like 10-20 degrees below zero with the wind chill. The NWS says to expect snow, sleet and freezing rain.

There is the potential of 5 inches of snow and sleet, as well as the potential for around a quarter inch of ice from freezing rain, says the NWS.


Snow will begin late Sunday night and continue through Monday before changing to sleet and freezing rain on Monday. Precipitation will end Tuesday afternoon.

Expect slippery roads and travel difficulties.

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