The National Weather Service forecasts a mix of rain and snow during the day. It is expected to turn into just snow before 8 p.m. and continue overnight. The “most likely” scenario for the District is receiving about an inch of accumulation. There’s a 43 percent chance that more than 2 inches of snow accumulate, the NWS says.
The last time D.C. had measurable snowfall prior to December was in Nov. 1996, according to The Washington Post.
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