: latest estimates for us are between 18 and 31
: inches, and reports from the coastal area
: are up to several feet.
: on the radio just a few minutes back, some lady
: said a friend "in weather" at
: Patuxent River Naval Air Station (just to
: the west of the lower Chesapeake Bay, North
: of where the Chesapeake and Potomac
: converge) predicts FOUR TO SIX FEET.
Her friend "in weather" is a shithead. With the expected wind, they may end up with some drifts that deep, but they ain't getting no 4 feet of snow.
You'll end up with a foot or so and the teevee twinkies will go out with yardsticks on camera looking for flat drifts where they can stick they little yardsticks down and "measure" 19 inches and breathlessly announce "much, much more elsewhere in the county."
It's a flippin' snowstorm. It's not the first one or the last, and everybody's got the whole weekend to dig out and get back to work on Monday. That's about as good as it gets.
New England's not getting any, by the way. Good luck, neighbors.