Weather image of the day: Fawning over snow
While there were no official reports of accumulating snow inside the beltway last night, you only had to travel a little over 60 miles to get nearly half a foot. Capital Weather Gang reader Steve Gass, who photographed the deer in snow pictured above (undoubtedly older than a fawn), measured 5.5" on the slope of High Knob, in between Linden and Chester Gap in Warren County.
Steve said the snow built up fast last night but melted fast in the sun today.
See some of Steve's other images at OldDominionWildlife.com.
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| March 7, 2011; 8:00 PM ET
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