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7:00 AM | Snow pulls out early and then just another bitter cold day with frigid wind chills; light-to-moderate snowfall tomorrow afternoon and evening

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Clouds early with lingering snow showers then gradually becoming partly sunny, windy with gusts to 30 mph, continued very cold with bitter wind chill values in the single digits, mid 20’s


Mostly clear early, clouds late, breezy, very cold, lows in the middle teens


Mainly cloudy, very cold, snow developing during the afternoon hours, mid-to-upper 20’s

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, snow likely early, very cold, total accumulations on the order of 1-3 inches with slick road conditions, lows near 20


Mostly sunny, windy, very cold, upper 20’s


Partly sunny, breezy, still cold, low 30’s


Mostly cloudy, not as cold, maybe a little rain or snow, low 40’s


Mostly cloudy, even milder, near 50


The Great Lakes clipper-type low pressure system that we've talked about for the last few days has indeed produced an inch or so of snowfall in and around the District metro region with even higher accumulations just south of here, and it will pull away from the area by mid-morning. Bitter cold conditions will continue this afternoon and today’s chill will be magnified by wind gusts of 30 mph which will generate very low wind chill values in the single digits. Low pressure will head from the Tennessee Valley on Friday to the Mid-Atlantic coastline and accumulating snow is likely throughout the region during the afternoon and evening hours. At this time, the late week storm appears likely to generate a light-to-moderate snowfall for the region on the order of 1-3 inches with slick road conditions developing, and we’ll continue to monitor the situation for any late changes. More very cold air will follow for the upcoming weekend; however, moderation in temperatures is likely early next week. In fact, it'll turn much milder on Tuesday and Wednesday, but that warm up will be short-lived as colder air returns on Thursday.