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Posted at 9:15 PM ET, 02/17/2009

Up to an Inch of Snow Possible Tomorrow Morning

By Jason Samenow

Our Full Forecast Through the Weekend

So no one's caught off guard, don't be surprised to see a period of light to moderate snow tomorrow morning. The most likely timing will be between 8 a.m. and noon, before the precipitation changes to rain. A quick inch could accumulate, especially north and west of the beltway. In town and to the south and east, just a coating is most likely before it's all washed away by rain. Some slick travel may develop, so you may want to leave a little extra time to get where you're going.

SchoolCast:

Loudoun, Fauquier, and Frederick counties:

Everywhere else:

By Jason Samenow  | February 17, 2009; 9:15 PM ET
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Comments

Rapid Update Info. continues to support a period of snow or mixed precip. tomorrow morning from 6-9 am.

32 degrees and cloudy at 9:30.

Radar returns indicate virga moving into the west central highlands of Highland and Bath.

Posted by: AugustaJim | February 17, 2009 9:46 PM | Report abuse

Current conditions (east of Front Royal): 29.3F, cloudy

Sue Palka (FOX5) mentioned the winter weather advisory for Warren/Clarke Cos and points west. I was surprised the advisory is effective 6a-4p since the changeover to rain is expected much before 4.

Lou Scally (NBC25) also mentioned the advisory and the fact that you can see 5 planets tonight. As mentioned above, it's already cloudy at my location so I did not view the planets.

Perhaps the schoolcast should be expanded out to include more counties in the DC TV coverage area.

Posted by: spgass1 | February 17, 2009 11:24 PM | Report abuse

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