Forecasters predict multiple inches of snow for the region; Arlington man’s death declared a homicide, the first of the year

Northern Virginia’s daily dose of local and national news for Tuesday, March 20.

Winter storm warnings have been issued for much of the Metro-D.C. area as forecasters believe that parts of Maryland and Northern Virginia will see anywhere from 3-12 inches of snow Tuesday into Wednesday.

Friday, a man whose identity has not yet been released was found dead inside an Arlington home. Evidence found by police has led them to declare the man’s death a homicide, Arlington’s first for 2018.
(The Washington Post)

Billionaire Tom Steyer has organized a nationwide series of events that discuss, as Steyer says, “a patriotic case for impeachment” of President Trump, and one such event is to take place today in Arlington. The event’s time and location have, according to ARL Now, not yet been released.
(ARL Now)

Monday, a vehicle crashed into a Centreville, Fairfax County apartment. The driver obtained only minor injuries and a cause for the crash has not yet been released.
(The Washington Post)

Though Prince William Forest Park is still recovering from damages caused by the windstorm that occurred earlier this month, the 11-mile Marine Corps’ 17.75K race that runs through the park will go on as scheduled this weekend.

Officials from the Town of Herndon will be working with market research and consulting business Priority Metrics Group to collect feedback from residents on the town’s events, facilities and other services and amenities.
(Reston Now)

Another package exploded in Texas, the fourth having happened shortly after midnight on Tuesday at a FedEx sorting facility northeast of San Antonio. One person was treated and released.
(The Washington Post)

Meet Calan, Dulles International Airport’s U.S. Customs and Border Protection beagle who, as an agriculture canine, uses his nose to detect not drugs and bombs, but plants and food.