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'Significant' snow in the forecast tonight

December 08, 2005|by ANDREW SCHOTZ

Stop us if you've heard this one before: Significant snow will fall here starting tonight.

That's also what AccuWeather predicted Sunday: As much as 3 inches of powdery snow would hit Washington County either Monday night or Tuesday morning.

Instead, the area received trace amounts of snow, which did not accumulate.

AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Lasorsa said Tuesday that the storm moved farther south than expected and the air was too dry.

This time, AccuWeather is calling for 3 to 6 inches overnight.

Meteorologist John Dlugoenski said the snow should start falling between 9 and 11 p.m. today and last 10 to 12 hours.

It will be the season's first significant snowfall in the Hagerstown area, he said.

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