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March 22nd, 2018 storm Damage

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Clean up is well underway after the D.C. area got hit by the biggest snowstorm in more than two years and one of the biggest spring snowstorms in the area’s history.

Storm Team4 meteorlogist Chuck Bell said Wednesday’s snowfall probably ranks in the top-10 for spring snowstorms, meaning snow falling after March 20.

Most of the area saw between 3 to 6 inches of snow, although the National Weather Service recorded more than a foot of snow in some parts of Frederick County, Maryland. All three D.C. area airports recorded at least 4 inches of snow as well, Dulles International Airport set a new daily record with 4.8 inches of snow.

Thurmont, Maryland in Frederick County got the most snow, with the National Weather Service recording 16.5 inches by 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Outside of Frederick County, Lineboro in Carroll County Maryland saw 13.5 inches of snow by 4:06 p.m. on Wednesday.

A bit closer to the D.C. area, the National Weather Service said Oella, Maryland, in Howard County got 7.5 inches. In Prince George’s County, Greenbelt, Maryland got 6.9 inches. In Montgomery County, Clarksburg, Maryland got 6.3 inches.