Today's snow didn't bring us many surprises. We saw the greatest amount in the southern Valley (4-5") and smaller amounts moving north through the Valley. Please send us, or post, your snow totals!
I think it's safe to say that we'll be seeing the white stuff on the ground for a while, especially with another few chances on the way. The possibility of some weekend light snow still exists for Sunday morning, although I wouldn't cross my fingers just yet. In addition, it looks like another round of light snow could approach Tuesday/Wednesday of next week. Looks like we'll be white for Christmas!
Thank you all so much for the comments on yesterday's blog! All the responses are posted below.
Jessica - I guess you got your answer this morning! Almost all schools in our viewing area did close schools for the day.
Stu - No worries, I don't think this winter will be anything like last year's winter. But of course we'll always keep you updated with the snow!
Dan - I hope things have cleared up in Staunton!
Scott - The system really weakened after 1pm. What did you end up with?
Patricia - I'm pretty sure we'll have a white Christmas!
MrSoul - I know... I didn't practice what I preach. I forgot my hat at home :( I won't forget it next time!!
Stay tuned to my blog for the latest on your forecast!
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