A blizzard more intense than any storm that most people alive today in the Washington, D.C., area have ever witnessed is approaching. If there has been a trend in computer model guidance and forecasts from winter weather experts, it’s to raise snowfall totals, not lower them.

Based on computer model guidance and information about the storm that has already begun to crank up across the South and the Appalachian states, the National Weather Service (NWS) has subtly changed its wording since Thursday, when it called for about 2 feet of snow to fall in D.C. Such an amount would already be the biggest snowstorm there since 1922 Read more…

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The blizzard forecast just got worse for Washington, D.C., area