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7:15 AM | An inch or two of snow and then an icy mess to start the weekend

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Mostly sunny early, clouds late, brisk, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s

Tonight

Snow develops around or shortly after 9PM, mixes with or changes to sleet and freezing rain late, but there can be small accumulations of an inch or two before the changeover; especially, to the north and west of the District, cold, upper 20’s

Saturday

Wintry mix continues for awhile with an icy buildup; especially, in the northern suburbs before an eventual changeover to “plain” rain cold, mid 30’s

Saturday Night

Cloudy with a little more rain or a wintry mix, cold, lows near 30

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, chance for a rain or snow shower, not quite as cold, near 40

Monday

Mostly cloudy, slightly milder, chance for showers, near 50

Tuesday

Mostly cloudy, mild, near 50

Wednesday

Partly sunny, breezy, still mild, upper 40’s

Discussion

A cold front passed through the region last night without much in the way of moisture, but the next system to affect us later tonight and tomorrow will have more moisture to work with. Snow will break out this evening and then it should mix with or change to sleet and freezing rain later tonight. There can be an accumulation of an inch or two before the changeover; especially, in the northern and western suburbs. The wintry mix will continue for awhile tomorrow with an icy buildup possible; especially, in the northern and western suburbs before an eventual change to “plain” rain. A strong, cold high pressure system to our north will be the key player in this early weekend event as it should lock in the cold air which will be reluctant to give up its ground at the time the moisture arrives. Stay tuned. Longer term, it looks like a drastic change to colder weather with additional snow chances is in the cards as the month of February begins.

Video

httpv://youtu.be/9GFF4QT4MkQ