- The Washington Times - Saturday, February 26, 2005

Another snow storm — possibly the biggest of the season — was predicted for tonight.

The National Weather Service said the snow could start this afternoon and continue into tomorrow. Snow showers into Tuesday also are possible.

NWS spokesman Chris Vaccaro said the snowfall amounts could be substantial — meaning 4 to 6 inches — depending upon how the low pressure systems track into the Washington region. Meteorologist Brian Guyer said the most recent forecasts showed the storm could be the “most significant” so far this winter.

The greater Washington area received as much as 7 inches of snow on Thursday.

Today’s snow is expected to turn to rain in some areas.

Mr. Guyer said temperatures over the next few days were not expected to go above 40 degrees.

Tarron Lively


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