Unofficial totals are in for yesterday's snowfall, and there aren't any for Greater Baltimore.
Maryland did see some measurable snow -- weather spotters and media counted an inch in St.
Mary's County and 0.7 inches in Frostburg, according to the National Weather Service.
Eheart and Barboursville in rural Virginia, just north of Charlottesville, posted 9 inches and 10 inches, respectively, the storm's highest totals in the area covered by the National Weather Service's Sterling, Va., office.
No snow measured at BWI Airport means the seasonal total remains 1.8 inches. If no more snow falls before May 1, the figure will rank as the third-least snowy winter on record for Baltimore.