(2:50 pm) Okay, we’re calling an end to the blog updates for weather. While we hate today’s scheduled events were cancelled, we appreciate the patience and understanding of everyone. DC has some tricky weather and it’s hard to know what’s going to happen. Thanks for bearing with us!
(2:45 pm) The National Weather Service has dropped all weather warnings and have down-graded them to advisories. They say there is a chance still for 1-2″ but we’re not holding out breaths. The wind does seem to be blowing a bit more and it is nasty out so be careful if you venture out.
(1:15 pm) No accumulation yet. The storm has been a mix of rain and snow and it appears the middle of DC is right on the dividing line between accumulation and nothing. Here’s a link to a short video we made on our Vine account. http://vine.co/v/bHIjaWuzEVh
(11:40 am) Still waiting for the snow. It’s a mix of rain and snow in Rosslyn with zero, yes zero, accumulation. Forecasters are still talking about some accumulation possible this afternoon but we have our doubts. Temps are just too high not that we’re experts but apparently the forecasters aren’t either. Time will tell…
(8:50 am) This evening’s PR Seminar class has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Students in this class should check their emails for updates from the professor.
(8:36 am) The Art and Architecture class has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Students in this class should check their emails for updates from the professor.
(8:20 am) Heavier snow is now falling in the Rosslyn area.
(8:00 am) Forecasters are predicting heavy snow to approach the DC Metro area around 10 am. A low pressure system has been developing over the Carolinas and is making its way to the region. Latest predictions call for 5 to 10 inches of snow.
(7:56 am) Today’s Field Trip to the Newseum has been cancelled due to inclement weather. We plan to reschedule this event for later in the semester.
(7:45 am) Current conditions in Rosslyn are actually not that bad. The area received some light snow and rain over night and there is a light dusting of snow on the grass. Conditions are expected to get worse soon though.