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7:00 AM | Freezing rain causes slick spots this morning as Arctic air is slow to give up its ground; milder air wins out on Saturday and heavy rain is likely

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Freezing rain, possibly mixed with sleet and/or snow, during the morning hours that can quickly cause slick spots and then light “plain” rain this afternoon that can still freeze on some surfaces in areas to the north and west of the District, some patchy fog, cold, highs in the upper 30’s late in the day


Mostly cloudy, chilly, periods of rain, some patchy fog, upper 30’s


Cloudy, windy, milder, periods of rain, heavy at times, maybe a thunderstorm, near 60

Saturday Night

Mostly cloudy, windy, mild, periods of rain before midnight, upper 30’s


Partly sunny, windy, cooler, near 50


Partly sunny, cool, near 50


Mostly cloudy, cooler, rain likely, mid-to-upper 40’s


Partly sunny, colder, low-to-mid 40’s


An area of moisture from the south-central US will cause freezing rain around here this morning that can be mixed with sleet and/or snow at times and, given the still-cold ground conditions, slick spots can develop quickly. Milder air will try to push in this afternoon and there can be some light “plain” rain; however, it is also possible that some freezing continues to occur in suburban locations north and west of the District. The milder air will win out completely by tomorrow and temperatures will climb to near 60 degrees; however, there will be rain, heavy at times and maybe a thunderstorm. Winds will also be a noticeable factor this weekend as they will be strong from a southerly direction on Saturday just ahead of a frontal system and then strong on Sunday behind the frontal system in a northwesterly direction.