How Much Snow Did the DC Area Get?

UGC snow Nov 15 2018
William Wacker

The season's first snow is over, but how much snow did we actually get?

Storm Team4 says Thursday's snowfall was the biggest November snow since 1989 when 3.5 inches fell on Nov. 22 and 23.

The snow was also a record-setter at all three airports.

Here's a look at how much snow fell in the region, according to weather.gov:

JUMP TO: Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia

District of Columbia

National Zoo 2"

Maryland

Allegany County

Frostburg 9.5" 

Cresaptown 8.6"  

Ridgeley 8"   

Cumberland 7.5"  

Mount Savage 7.5"   

Wolfe Mill 6.5"  

Frostburg 6"   

Anne Arundel

BWI Airport 1.7"

Baltimore

Pimlico 2.3"

Frederick County

Sabillasville 9"

Thurmont 8.3"  

Walkersville 8.1"   

Bloomfield 7"

Ballenger Creek 6.8"

Rosemont 6"

Point of Rocks 6"

Ballenger Creek 5.4"  

New Market 5.3"

New Market 5.3"

Frederick 5"

Brunswick 4.6"

Park Mills 4.2"

Frederick 4.1"

Howard County

Columbia 2.2"

Columbia 2"

Oella 1.5"

Elkridge 2" 

Montgomery County

Clarksburg 5.2"

Damascus 4.4"

Rockville 2.7"

Washington County

Pecktonville 7.1"

Boonsboro 6.5"

Hancock 6"

Long Meadow 4" 

Virginia

Arlington County

Reagan National Apt 1.4" 

City of Falls Church

Falls Church 1.2" 

Fairfax County

Wolf Trap 2.7"

Chantilly 2.1"

Fairfax Station 2"

Herndon 1.9"

Centreville 1.7"

Rose Hill 1.5"

Fauquier County

Opal 1" 

Frederick County

Whitacre 6"

Gainesboro 6"

Winchester 5"

Stephens City 4"

Loudoun County

Lovettsville  7.2"

Round Hill 6"

Leesburg 5"

Purcellville 4.8"

Ashburn 4"'

Dulles International 3"

Shenandoah County

Woodstock 1.5"

West Virginia

Berkeley County

Martinsburg 8.5"

Falling Waters 7.3"

Vanville 6.8"

Bunker Hill 6.4"

Grant County

Masonville 5.5" 

Jefferson County

Harpers Ferry 5.8"

Morgan County

Lineburg 10"

Berkeley Spgs 7"

Pendleton County

Franklin 2"

the first measurable snow in DC since 1996 and the biggest November snow since 1989 when 3.5" fell on November 22-23rd. 
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