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7:00 AM | **Stormy week continues with freezing rain tonight that can cause a significant ice buildup; especially, in suburban locations; weekend storm threat continues**

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mainly cloudy, cold, highs in the mid 30’s


Freezing rain developing this evening that will buildup on some surfaces; especially, north and west of the District, lows near 30 degrees


Primarily plain rain in the District, but freezing can continue on some surfaces for awhile in the N and W suburbs with additional ice buildup possible, low-to-mid 40's for highs in the District, upper 30's in the N and W suburbs

Wednesday Night

Mostly cloudy, cold, low teens


Mostly sunny, cold, low 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, mid 30’s


Becoming cloudy, cold, chance for snow or rain late in the day or at night, mid 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow or rain, mid 30’s


If I could give some advice to the National Weather Service, it would be to just put a “winter storm watch” out for much of the Mid-Atlantic region until mid-February. One storm began the work week and we are not even close to being done with the stormy pattern that will last right into mid-month. A second and complex storm will spread frozen precipitation our way tonight and there will be an accumulation of ice by morning and freezing rain could continue for awhile on Wednesday in the N and W suburbs, expect a changeover to plain rain in the District on Wednesday. Slick road conditions are possible later tonight and early tomorrow with this latest batch of snow and ice; especially, in the N and W suburbs. Dry and cold air follows for Thursday and Friday and then attention will turn to the Deep South. A storm looks like it will pull out of the southern states later this weekend and head towards the east coast with lots of moisture, but there are still lots of details left to be ironed out for this system.