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7:00 AM | **Quite cold today, snow likely in time to impact tomorrow morning's rush hour and then another round tomorrow night**

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


A mix of clouds and sun, quite cold, highs in the upper 20’s


Becoming cloudy, very cold, snow likely after 3 or 4 am, lows in the upper teens


Snow likely in the morning with total accumulations of 1-3 inches; otherwise, mostly cloudy skies, cold, mid 30’s

Tuesday Night

Snow showers likely with additional small accumulations possible, very cold, low 20’s


Mostly sunny, cold, mid 30’s


Partly sunny, not as cold, near 40


Cloudy, milder, chance for showers, low 50's


Cloudy, still relatively mild compared to recent days, showers possible, upper 40’s


Cold air is firmly entrenched in the Mid-Atlantic region following the weekend storm and temperatures today will struggle to reach the 30 degree mark. A couple of quick-moving clipper systems will track our way on Tuesday generating two rounds of snow for the region. Round one is likely to arrive in time to have an impact on the morning rush hour and, unlike last week's storm, this time it will be hard to get to work before it begins. Snow will likely break out after 3 or 4 am and then continue into the mid-to-late morning hours with 1-3 inches of total accumulations possible. After a cloudy and chilly afternoon on Tuesday, a second system will bring a round of snow showers to the region tomorrow night that could actually generate additional small accumulations. The next couple of days this week will be dry and moderately cold and then it’ll turn noticeably milder at the end of the week with showers likely.