Winter storm hits Mid-Atlantic 3/6/13
HAGERSTOWN, Md. - The worst of the snow has yet to arrive in Washington, D.C., but the federal government has shut its offices in the nation's capital for the day, and many major school systems in the region have canceled classes.
The storm brought around 10 inches of snow to Chicago by the end of the day yesterday.
The wet, heavy snow is causing concern about possible power outages.
Forecasters say the Washington, D.C. area could get 3 to 7 inches of snow and up to 16 inches could fall in the western Maryland mountains.
The Jersey Shore still hasn't recovered from Superstorm Sandy, but's it's now preparing for another possible hit today and Thursday.