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Snowbust? Winter Storm Warning Downgraded to Advisory

One to 3 inches of snow are still possible in the Bowie area.

The snow forecasts have been downgraded in Maryland. (Credit: Tim Lemke)
The snow forecasts have been downgraded in Maryland. (Credit: Tim Lemke)
Though snow is still falling throughout Prince George's County, the National Weather Service has downgraded the area's winter storm warning to a winter weather advisory, dropping projected accumulation totals down to 1 to 3 inches. 

Last night, the advisory was upgraded to a warning, calling for 3 to 6 inches of the fluffy white stuff, canceling schools and closing the federal government Tuesday.

So much for snow forts and snowmen—projected totals now stand and a paltry one to three inches, barely enough to make a snow angel or to hold a reputable snowball fight. 

So what do you think? Is this a snowbust, or do you think the weather advisory will be upgraded again later today? 

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