DC’s First Snow for 2020 Expected Tomorrow

Washington, D.C. – (Monday, January 6, 2020) – It’s not going to be a big deal.  But the Washington region is expected to get its first taste of snow for the new decade Tuesday.  Forecasters say the DC region will be a mixture of snow and rain sometime tomorrow afternoon.  Forecasters are believe the fact that the small storm is coming during the daylight hours means that an all snow event is not likely.  The accumulation will only be on the grassy areas.  That means any school delays or cancellations are slim to none.

Unfortunately, any snowfall in the DMV typically wreaks havoc on the roadways.  Motorists are being urged to drive with caution and to obey the road conditions.

Forecasters say the total snowfall amounts will most likely be less than two inches in the District and areas closest to the city.  Spots north and west of DC could see anywhere up to three inches.

Let’s see if this latest weather news means that there will be a rush at the grocery stores.  Stay tuned to whur.com for all the latest.