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Winter Storm Forecast: Snow Timeline, Accumulation in Northern Virginia

When the weather in Northern Virginia is expected to get bad Wednesday.

Winter Storm Forecast: Snow Timeline, Accumulation in Northern Virginia. Patch file photo by Susan Larson.
Winter Storm Forecast: Snow Timeline, Accumulation in Northern Virginia. Patch file photo by Susan Larson.
The National Weather Service is expecting 6 inches to 1 foot of snow in the area.

The Northern Virginia forecast calls for heavy snow to start Wednesday night and continue through most of Thursday.

See the complete forecast from The Weather Channel.

Here's the NWS timeline and estimated snowfalls for Northern Virginia, as of 6:32 a.m.:

Wednesday
6 p.m.: Snow showers likely to begin. 0.3 inches expected.

9 p.m.: Snow showers. An additional 0.9 inches expected. Total accumulations of 1.2 inches.

Thursday
Midnight: An additional 3.5 inches overnight. Total accumulations of 4.7 inches.

6 a.m.: An additional 1.9 inches. Total accumulations of 6.6 inches.

9 a.m.: An additional 0.9 inches. Total accumulations of 7.5 inches.

Noon: An additional 0.5 inches. Total accumulations of 8 inches.

3 p.m.: An additional 0.2 inches. Total accumulations of 8.2 inches.

6 p.m.: Only a chance of additional snowfall. Total accumulations of 8.3 inches.

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