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7:00 AM | *****Major nor-easter continues to impact the region through tonight*****

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Snow mixes with and/or changes to sleet and/or freezing rain from Route I-95 and points east, and possibly in the N and W suburbs, any mixed precipitation is likely to change back to all-snow by the end of the day, a thunderstorm with snow cannot be ruled out as well for today, windy and cold, highs in the low-to-mid 30’s

Tonight

Snow likely, windy and cold, additional accumulations will make total amounts end up in the 10-14 inch range in the District and 14-20 inches in some of the N and W suburbs, lows in the mid 20’s

Friday

Mostly cloudy, brisk, cold, upper 30’s

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, chance for a few snow showers, cold, low 20’s

Saturday

Becoming cloudy with more accumulating snow possible, quite cold, low 30’s

Sunday

Partly sunny, breezy, cold, near 30

Monday

Partly sunny, cold, mid-to-upper 30’s

Tuesday

Partly sunny, cold, chance for rain or snow showers, low 40’s

Discussion

A powerful nor’easter will continue to impact the DC metro region as it rides up the eastern seaboard. Snow will mix with or change to sleet and/or freezing rain today from Route I-95 and points east, and possibly in some of the northern and western suburbs, but that is no guarantee. The precipitation will come down at varying intensities today and a thunderstorm with snow cannot be ruled out. As the low pressure center pulls by to our east later today, colder air will wrap around it and any mixed precipitation in the area will change back to all-snow as we enter the “cold conveyor belt” phase of the storm on its northwest flank. Snow will continue well into tonight before winding down creating some difficult driving conditions as we approach the Friday morning rush hour. Total snowfall accumulations will be in the 10-14 inch range in the District and 14-20 inches in some of the N and W suburbs by later tonight. More accumulating snow is possible on Saturday.