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2018-19 Winter Snow

May 10, 2019
2018-19 Snow Statistics - Linden, Virginia

Here are the snow statistics collected for our location along the Appalachian Trail in Warren County, Virginia. At a little over 30 inches of snow, last year ended up in the middle in terms of snow accumulation.

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2015-16 Snow Report

April 24, 2016
Norfolk Southern Train 12R passes through the snow on January 26, 2016

This past season got off to a slow start with only a trace of snow in December. The first measurable snowfall did not occur until January 12th. The snowfall did pick up and we ended up with a good 43 inch total for the season here in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Northern Virginia. Here…

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First Day of Spring?

March 20, 2013
First Day of Spring?

Today was the first day of meteorological spring.  However, we may not be through winter just yet.  Kevin Myatt describes the possibility of a Palm Sunday Storm bringing more snow to the Virginia mountains: A storm system is looking more likely this Palm Sunday weekend. With dense and unseasonable cold air blocked southward through much…

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A Foot of Snow

February 2, 2013
A Foot of Snow

No, not all at once… but yesterday’s clipper finally pushed us over 12 inches for the season. We are running behind the past three years for snowfall here at Old Dominion Wildlife & Weather HQ (Warren County, Virginia).

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2012 Snow Statistics

January 6, 2013
2012 Snow Statistics

Ian Livingston of the Capital Weather Gang recently reported on the unsnowy state of affairs in Washington DC, as measured at Arlington, Virginia’s National Airport: …It’s been almost two years since Washington’s last “real” snow event – the so-called “Commutageddon” storm of January 26, 2011 – when 5 inches blanketed the city. Yes, we’ve seen…

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