The first Snow of the season for the M/A States will bring significant snowfall tonight into Saturday. A stalled out front now just of the Eastern seaboard will allow an area of low pressure to move northeast up and along the East coast tonight and Saturday. Snow will begin later this afternoon over SW and Southern VA and expand northeast into Central and northern VA during this evening.
Wet Snow will continue light to moderate overnight into Saturday. Temperature will be marginal ranging from 30 F to 34 F degrees during the event and reach the mid to upper 30’s during Saturday afternoon. All treated roads should be mainly wet, with untreated back roads, mainly slushy and snow covered, later tonight into early Saturday.
ROA/LYH/CHO Areas will see a general 2″-4″. Mainly for points North and west.
From near LYH to CHO VA, A few spots along and near Rt 29 could see 5″ or even 6″ amounts.
The City of Lynchburg VA, my best estimate is about 3″ to 5″ of wet snow. The Snow should end towards Noontime on Saturday
For areas South & East of Lynchburg VA, mainly from along Rt. 29 and points east, can expect a general 4″- 8″, This mainly from near Danville VA to Northern VA just east of DCA This also includes RIC VA.
For The Delaware Valley Region:
Much of NE MD into SE PA will see a general 2″-4″
For the PHL PA area and into Southern and Central NJ: A general 3″-6″ can be expected on Saturday. A few spots in Southern NJ could receive 7″ or even 8″ amounts in heavier bands.
For Northern and Central DE: 3″-6″ can be expected.
Southern DE: 4″-7″