Latest: Manassas Park City Schools are closed Wednesday due to the winter storm that began moving through the area overnight. Another 6 to 12 inches is expected to fall throughout the day today, according to the National Weather Service.
Emergency: A snow emergency has been declared for Manassas Park by the city manager, Jim Zumwalt. A snow emergency means parking is restricted on the city's designated snow routes.
Snowfall: The NWS forecast Tuesday morning called for 6-12 inches of snow for Manassas Park.
Radar: The latest weather radar from the National Weather Service shows storm clouds heading toward the region. The worst of the snow will be overnight as temperatures cool.
Shopping: Stocking up with food for the snow storm is a must, particularly when power outages are a threat and roads may be dangerous. Top of our list: canned food and peanut butter.
Driving: The Virginia State Police has tips for driving in winter weather. Top of the list is to drive for conditions: slow down in inclement weather.
Flying: Travelers should plan for flight delays. Weather in and around Chicago is affecting flights from Reagan, Dulles and BWI airports. Specifically, the Federal Aviation Administration is reporting delays at Chicago's O'Hare and Midway airports, Milwaukee and Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Power Outages: R. Do not report outages via social media pages.