RT @MattDevittWINK: Spotted in Texas on Sunday after their snowstorm. Credit: David Sanderson ??? @spann @StormHour @StephanieAbrams https://t.co/I6MJueOs2u



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RT @Chris_FukudaWx: A spectacular #crescentmoon and #sunrise this morning over the #JeffersonMemorial in #WashingtonDC @StormHour @ThePhotoHour @JimCantore @capitalweather @MatthewCappucci @midatlanticwx @sunset_wx #WUSAWeather #GetUpDC @wusa9 @spann @JustinWeather @SkyGuyinVA @Conthescene https://t.co/5hs8KpUnpW



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RT @NWSWakefieldVA: Still watching the potential for accumulating snow as we head into Friday afternoon/Friday night. Best chances for snow accumulations of an inch or greater remain south of US-460 & west of I-95. Confidence still low on exact snow amounts, continue to monitor for the latest! https://t.co/QHoIznDk5I



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RT @NWSGSP: Today will start out dry before conditions begin to deteriorate late today. Expect additional warnings/advisories to be issued later this morning/afternoon. The I-85 corridor will once again be the “X”-Factor for this event.. #scwx #ncwx #gawx https://t.co/SkiR6CGQng



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RT @NWS: #OTD 25 years ago, the “Storm of the Century” formed in Georgia, soon bringing unprecedented snowfall to the east coast. Reflect with NWS employees past and present on one of the most memorable snowstorms of all time: https://t.co/81nwjXT8Rh? #NWS150 https://t.co/XTRwyNNnFF



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RT @NWSWPC: While we may want to leave 2020 behind, let us take a brief moment to review just how much precipitation the Southeast, ArkLaTex, and mid-Atlantic region actually received (15-20+ inches above normal ?) versus the drier than normal conditions observed in the West ?. https://t.co/4VrCrnawZB



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RT @callmemrgardner: Serious ice storm up here on top of the Great North Mountain, just outside of Winchester, VA. Elevation = 3,000 ft. @MikeTFox5 @TuckerFox5 @ChuckBell4 @ChrisRBarron @gwenfox5dc @dougkammerer @TenaciousTopper @suepalkafox5dc @capitalweather @caitlinrothfox5 https://t.co/tSkVQBnCIN



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RT @NWSEastern: The transition zone between very wet and near or below normal 2020 precipitation was rather sharp across parts of southern NJ, southeastern PA, central MD, and northern VA and WV. https://t.co/pqapzbp8eH



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RT @NWS_BaltWash: Ice accretion will create hazardous travel conditions and potential tree damage across the higher elevations today. Elsewhere, expect a chilly rain to develop with temperatures remaining in the 30s to lower 40s. https://t.co/oOYh1zdj7I



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