An update on the Prince William County Schools Snow Removal webpage might give students and faculty hope that the classes will not resume until Thursday, March 16 at the earliest.
Residents were prepping for 12 inches of snow to fall in the region’ however, as of Tuesday morning they received only 1-2 inches of an icy mix.
The slick conditions from the mix of sleet and snow has prompted the Virginia Department of Transportation to issue a travel advisory for the region until the storm ends in the afternoon.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch from late Monday night through Tuesday afternoon.
Bristow Weatherman John Biggs is petty sure we’ll get snow Thursday.
“I believe that December will be the transition month from mild weather to much cooler weather in January through March.”