The National Weather Service (NWS) extended its winter weather advisory for parts of Montgomery County to last until 9 a.m. Tuesday.
NWS said additional snow accumulation of up to two inches and ice up to one-tenth of an inch is possible for northwest, central and southeast county, as well as Washington, D.C. and parts of northern Virginia.
Capital Weather Gang (CWG) reported that around noon Monday, the wintry weather mix in northern and western county transitioned from sleet to snow. NWS Baltimore-Washington forecasts up to two inches in additional snowfall through Tuesday and up to 1/4 inch in additional ice accumulation until early Tuesday. Similarly, CWG predicts a coating to two inches for the D.C. area.
NWS tells residents to use caution while traveling and plan on slippery road conditions.
Winter weather will linger through the rest of today. Here is our latest forecasts for the remainder of the storm. pic.twitter.com/RxDUkmszAM
— NWS Baltimore-Washington (@NWS_BaltWash) February 1, 2021
Winter weather advisory extended in immediate DC area until 9a Tues. @NWS_BaltWash says up to 2" of snow could fall…Our call is a coating to 2," highest amounts N of DC. Snow will be intermittent, vary in intensity.
Pictured: Forecast radar pic.twitter.com/k4BuU8fMQ6
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) February 1, 2021
❄️MoCo Snow❄️ observation from Clarksburg this hour pic.twitter.com/7PlmrfAMZp
— MoCo Mag (@MoCoMag) February 1, 2021