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Here are snowfall totals so far for parts of the DMV region

The snow is gone and now the clean up continues

WASHINGTON — Most DMV communities have seen significant snow that began falling around 4 a.m. Monday morning

Widespread outages left many customers without power across the D.C. region.

Below are some totals for communities in DC, Maryland and Virginia:

Huntingtown, MD 10.1"

Prince Frederick, MD 7.5"

Waldorf, MD 11.6"

La Plata, MD 10.2"

Gaithersburg, MD 3.5"

Damascus, MD 2.3"

Leonardtown, MD 6.0"

Reagan National 6.7"

Alexandria, VA 9.2"

Fredericksburg, VA 9.3"

Culpepper, VA 8.2"

Annandale, VA 10.5"

Franconia, VA 10.0"

Chantilly, VA 6.2"

White Oak, VA: 12.1"

Callaway, MD: 8.7''

Manassas, VA: 10.5''

Any leftover snow or slush that didn't get cleaned up Monday evening will quickly turn into black ice with very cold temperatures overnight. Low temperatures will fall into the teens and low 20s. 

Credit: KM

Expect another slick and icy morning commute Tuesday.


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