Virginia & West Virginia Snowfall Totals for Winter Storm Stella: How Many Inches So Far?


Winter Storm Stella is bringing snow and blizzard-like conditions to the Northeast region, including Virginia and West Virginia. Some regions in the northeast may receive record-breaking amounts of snow not seen for many years in March. Virginia and West Virginia aren’t seeing nearly those kind of numbers though. You can find the latest snowfall totals for the two states from the National Weather Service below. All totals are in inches.

Here are the snowfall totals as of 5 p.m. Eastern, according to the NOAA. We will update these numbers as soon as new totals are available.


Winchester: 8.1 inches

Lovettsville: 8.0

Albin: 7.5

Hightown: 7.0

Berryville: 6.5

Purcellville: 6.5

Strasburg: 6.1

Alonzaville: 5.0

Lincolnia: 4.5

Singers Glen: 4.0

Vienna: 3.5

McLean: 3.0

Fairfax: 2.5

Nokesville: 2.5

Alexandria: 2.3

Herndon: 2.0

Reagan National Airport: 2.0

West Virginia

SE OMPS: 9.0

Short Gap: 8.5

Martinsburg: 8.3

Wardensville: 8.0

Martinsburg: 7.3

Charles Town: 7.1

Rig: 6.9

Halltown: 6.5

Petersburg: 5.5

Falling Waters: 4.0

Maxwelton: 3.0

Quinwood: 2.5

Parsons: 2.0

Rupert: 2.0