Up to two inches of snow and almost an inch of ice are expected between now and 9 a.m., and the National Weather Service has declared a winter weather advisory to be in effect in Alexandria until 9 a.m.
According to NWS:
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the Baltimore and D.C. metro areas through tonight and into Tuesday morning for snow and sleet accumulations up to two inches and ice accumulations up to a tenth of an inch.
DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN…Tuesday through Sunday
There is a slight winter storm threat for Wednesday night and Thursday. If the threat materializes, it may cause travel disruptions.
Potential for gale force winds Thursday into Friday morning.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through 9 am Tuesday with expectations of mixed precipitation and possible accumulations of 1-2 inches of snow and ice. Expect slippery roads. Be prepared, slow down, and use caution while traveling. pic.twitter.com/Hme9Jrgvcl
— AlexandriaVAOEM (@AlexandriaVAOEM) January 25, 2021
Tonight will be cold with rain and possibility of snow. The Winter Shelter is open 7 pm – 7 am in two locations: Lee Center (1108 Jefferson St) serves single adults and @CarpentrShelter (930 North Henry St) serves families. Learn more about services: https://t.co/axPxdLovjL. pic.twitter.com/0eIVN5AolR
— DCHS Alexandria, VA (@DCHS_AlexVA) January 25, 2021
We have snow in Alexandria!! ❄️☺️✨ pic.twitter.com/RwooliKqbk
— Rebecca Tiffany (@rebeccajtiffany) January 26, 2021
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This show is 21+ only.
YOU MUST HAVE A VALID PHYSICAL ID. A PICTURE OF YOUR ID IS NOT ACCEPTABLE.