ALEXANDRIA, Va. — It seems fitting that on this 10th Washington Nationals Pitchers & Catchers Day of the 21st century, the city and region they represent is covered in snow that has been falling since last night. The snow began in Alexandria’s West End around 7 p.m. and at 8:10 a.m I measured 8½ inches,
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ALEXANDRIA, Va. — My son and wife pitched in with a snow measurement from WWN headquaters – 1 inch of measurable snow. It started falling after 6:30 this morning. It may have rained first too — can’t say for sure, but during my commute I hit rain near I-395 and the George Washington Memorial Parkway.
TYSONS, Va. — It is kind of hard to believe, but after last winter’s snow drought was followed by some measurable March snow, we’re already into our second winter storm of the 2013-2014 winter. In as many days, no less. The snow wasn’t really measurable yesterday; just enough to make it pretty before the mixed
But Ol’ Man Winter, he just keeps trollin’ along. TYSONS, Va. — Just outside the Capital Beltway, 4 inches of spring snow have accumulated. Travel between Alexandria’s West End through Arlington (Ballston in particular) to Tysons was fine. Slushy on occasion, but not icy. PREVIOUSLY: Alexandria, Va. March 25, 2013 snow fall total at 8:35