Morning Notes

Chain Bridge Road crosses over Accotink Creek in Fairfax City (staff photo by Angela Woolsey)

Snow Likely Tonight — “Forecast confidence is increasing for a light-to-moderate snowfall in the D.C. area Friday night.” As of yesterday afternoon, areas north and west of D.C. are predicted “to see 2 to 4 inches,” while areas to the south could get 1 to 3 inches of snow. [Capital Weather Gang]

Woman Hit by Metro Train in Tysons — A woman was hospitalized on Feb. 8 after being struck by a Silver Line train at the Spring Hill station around 8:30 p.m. The woman “was trespassing in a restricted track area” and “intentionally” got in front of the train, a Metro spokesperson said. She was “conscious and alert” when responders arrived, but the extent of her injuries is unclear. [Gazette Leader]

Married Fairfax Musicians Are Grammy Winners — Andrés Salguero and Christina Sanabria, the Fairfax residents who make up the bilingual band 123 Andrés, won the Grammy award for best children’s music album earlier this month for their 2023 album “We Grow Together, Preschool Songs.” The pair still perform in the D.C. area, including at local libraries and schools, while also traveling around the world. [DCist]

Mediterranean Food Truck Sets Up in Vienna — “Yalla Pita, a Mediterranean food truck specializing in kebab, falafel and shawarma, is open at the Shell gas station near the Cedar Park Shopping Center. Yalla Pita had moved from a previous location in Culpeper to Vienna. The new location opened Monday at 2530 Cedar Lane.” [Patch]

New Members Sought for Zoning Board — “The Fairfax County Board of Zoning Appeals has upcoming openings for two members. One seat will become available on Feb. 21 and the other on June 14. Interested candidates must apply by March 15 to the Fairfax Circuit Court, which appoints the board’s seven members.” [Fairfax County Government]

Park Authority Now Hiring for Summer Camps — “The Fairfax County Park Authority is seeking creative, high-energy, motivated candidates for full-time seasonal positions in its Rec-PAC summer camp program. Several positions across the county are open, including Site Directors, Camp Leaders and Inclusion Leaders.” [FCPA]

Mount Vernon Burlington Targets Summer Opening — “Discount retailer Burlington will tentatively hold its grand opening at Mount Vernon Plaza on June 28, according to the store’s website.” Meanwhile, the future of Huntington’s WNB Factory remains unclear, and further south on Route 1, the Fort Belvoir Officers’ Club is slated for renovation. [On the MoVe]

West Springfield Actress Stars in Cher Musical — “Actress Catherine Ariale graduated from West Springfield High School in Northern Virginia back in 2015. Now, she’s excited to come home to Fairfax County to headline ‘The Cher Show’ at Capital One Hall in Tysons, Virginia, for a run of five shows this weekend on Friday, Feb. 16, Saturday, Feb. 17, and Sunday, Feb. 18.” [WTOP]

It’s Friday — Clouds will increase throughout the day, reaching a high of 46°F. Snow is expected Friday night, mainly after 10 pm, with a low around 32°F and a northeast wind of 3 to 7 mph. There is a 100% chance of precipitation, and snow accumulation may range from 1 to 3 inches. [Weather.gov]

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