The area highlighted in red is where my forecast did not quite pan out (although there were reports of trace amounts of accumulation in both Madison and Loudon counties in northern VA). Most of this area did in fact change to snow overnight, but it was not until between 1-2am as precipitation was moving out of the area. Temperatures also only fell into the mid to upper 30s as the snow fell, the result of temperatures rising way too high during the day. This prevented the dusting I was expecting. As for southwestern and far western portions of the state, my forecast held pretty well. Below is a map from the NWS with scaled precipitation/as snow totals.
Expect our next storm to not come in until this arctic air has retreated back into Canada. Everyone enjoy the rain! -HV