Preliminary tallies of snowfall across Central Virginia from this winter storm show the highest amounts of 4-7" mostly west of I-95. Generally over the area from Richmond to the west and north, totals ranged from 1"-5", with isolated reports of higher amounts.
Just a dusting to 1" accumulated not far to the east and south, from southern Chesterfield to eastern Henrico. Other areas to the east, such as King William had as much as 3-4".
Most of the significant accumulations of snow occured with the heavy bursts of thundersnow this morning over the span of just a couple hours. The balance of the day brought plenty of snow, heavy at times, flying through the air, but most melted when hitting the ground with air temperatures in the mid to upper 30s.