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7:00 AM | *Mid-Atlantic storm to affect the region, but its heaviest snowfall stays to our south; more snow possible Thursday/Friday*

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Periods of rain, becoming windy, cold, highs in the low 40’s


Cloudy, very windy, cold, rain changes to snow with accumulations of 1-3 inches possible by morning, lows near 30 degrees


Cloudy, more snow possible, possibly mixed with rain at times, very windy, cold, upper 30’s

Thursday Night

Mostly cloudy, windy, snow likely, cold, low 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, breezy, more snow possible, near 40


Mostly sunny, milder, near 50


Mostly sunny, mild, low 50’s


Partly sunny, still mild, near 50


A significant storm has moved into the Mid-Atlantic region and precipitation should begin here as rain and then it should gradually change over to snow during the evening hours as colder air wraps around the coastal low pressure system. Accumulations on the order of 1-3 inches are possible in this region by later tonight after primarily rain for the daytime hours. Farther south, heavy snowfall will pile up today across the DC metro region where 6-12 inches should fall up by early tonight with the western suburbs of the District hardest hit. Finally, in a strange twist, once this storm does pull off the east coast by later tonight, it'll tend to spin around for awhile and it could very well throw some more snow back into our region over the next couple of days with additional accumulations.