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7:00 AM | ***Our "significant snow" drought is about to end in a big way***

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Increasing clouds, cold, chance for some rain or a mix of rain and snow late, highs in the low-to-mid 40’s


Cloudy, breezy, cold, rain or a mix of rain and snow early changing to snow, some accumulations expected by morning, lows in the low 30’s


Cloudy, windy, periods of wet snow, possibly mixed with rain at times, cold, upper 30’s

Wednesday Night

Cloudy, windy, cold, more snow early, total accumulations by the end of the evening on the order of 6-12 inches with the higher amounts to the west of the District, lows near 30


Becoming partly sunny, windy, maybe a lingering snow or rain shower early, near 40


Partly sunny, breezy, chilly, mid 40’s


Mostly sunny, not as chilly, upper 40's


Partly sunny, mild, low-to-mid 50's


Our drought of “significant snow” is about to end in the DC metro region. A major storm will affect the region from late today through tomorrow night and it should bring significant snow to much of West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland and the entire DC metro region. Low pressure will drop southeastward today across the Ohio Valley reaching southern West Virginia by tonight. From there, the storm should move to the southeastern Virginia coast by around mid-day tomorrow and then intensify as it pulls slowly to the northeast. Precipitation should begin around here later today probably in the form of rain or a mix of rain and snow, but that will change to snow later tonight and continue primarily as snow on Wednesday. The snow winds down tomorrow evening, but there can be lingering snow or rain showers on Thursday morning. Preliminary estimates for snowfall totals by tomorrow night in the DC region are 6-12 inches with the higher amounts in the western suburbs of the District.