The reports are all correct. I left my place in western Garrett County at about 11:00 this morning. I shoveled half my deck, and it was an average of about 29" deep. Driveway depth was at the limit of the snowblower ~ 24" yesterday. The woods are a nicely settled 20 - 24 with another 4" of the finest powder you will ever see on top (that 4" fell over night.) The temp when I departed was 17 degrees, the wind was at about 15 or so, and there were on and off snow showers. The XC conditions were as good as can possibly be and the downhill conditions were sublime. W didn't have time to make it down to CV, but I can certainly believe that they had 2 to 4 more inches.
Main roads, e.g. I68 and 219 in MD were in great shape. Secondary roads are completely snow covered. WV roads, particularily west of Petersburg, are likely rather treacherous
. Please be careful driving
For the record, this is turning into a FINE snow year! And this weekend stands to be one of the best in recent memory for the combination of snow, temps, daylight and crowds (or lack thereof).