It looks like Northern Virginia could get its most significant snow storm of the season Tuesday through Wednesday.
Predictions Tuesday morning continued to indicate the area would see around 5 inches, if not more.
The Winter Storm Watch from the National Weather Service predicts afternoon rain will turn into snow sometime tonight, and continue through Wednesday.
Winds of up to 25 miles per hour, with gusts up to 35 miles per hour, are also expected.
- Loudoun Public Safety: Stay Off Roads
- Snow Emergency Declared in Leesburg
- PHOTOS: Snowquester Hits Loudoun
- Loudoun Schools, Government Closed March 6
- Snow Storm Prep: Food to Buy
- Flight Delays Expected at Reagan National, Dulles Due to Rain, Snow
- Winter Driving Tips from Loudoun Sheriff
- Leesburg Under Winter Storm Watch
- Power Companies Prepare for Winter Storm Outages
- VDOT to Deploy 4,000 Snow Trucks Wednesday Morning
Throughout Tuesday and Wednesday, check here for all service and road closures as they happen.
Road Conditions, Closings
- Use Patch's commute page for live traffic maps before you leave the office. Snow will mix with rain around 4 p.m., just in time for the afternoon rush.
- The Virginia Department of Transportation keeps a map with all incidents, road work and closures here: 511virginia.org
- Contact Leesburg Police at 703-771-4500 (non-emergency) or 911 (emergency). You can also like them on Facebook.
- Alert Loudoun atwww.loudoun.gov/alert
- Follow Loudoun County on Twitter at www.loudoun.gov/twitter; and on Facebook at www.loudoun.gov/facebook.
- Dominion:To report an outage to Dominion Power, call 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357). To see Dominion's online outage map, click here.
- NOVEC: Report outages at 703-335-0500 or 1-888-335-0500. Also report outages via the WEB at novec.com on smartphones through and novec.com/mobile. NOVEC’s smartphone application is also available.
Other information to keep on hand: