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The former is an ancient region of old volcanic flows, with a suspected history of massive snowfall from tens of millions of years ago.
The average snowfall is 60 inches, but the amount the area actually sees each year varies.
Without a solid source of cold air, the track of the storm will need to be close to perfect for substantial snowfall.
For our area, the farther south and faster scenarios would carry the best prospects for significant snowfall.
Temperatures near and a little above freezing mean snow won’t stick much to roads and accumulation will be pretty limited, as melting may match the rate of any new snowfall.
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Many people associate a fresh snowfall with pleasures like hot chocolate and winter sports.
As for the immediate future, winter storm warnings have been hoisted and we can expect snowfall to develop just before daybreak on Sunday and stick with us for the duration of the day.
Its solution produces tremendous and historic snowfall in the Mid-Atlantic.
That means you only need one shovel to clear the snowfall from your deck, driveway, and even the top of your car.
The protagonist of “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” pauses for a minute to take in the peace of a sylvan snowfall before continuing a journey of “miles to go before I sleep.”

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