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7:00 AM | More snow during the early and mid-morning hours that can include heavier bursts of snow; very cold air air follows

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Cloudy with some snow continuing into late-morning hours, new accumulations of a coating to an inch or two, watch for slick spots on roadways and occasional heavier bursts of snow, gradual clearing this afternoon, breezy, remaining cold, highs in the low-to-mid 30’s

Tonight

Partly cloudy, very cold, lows in the middle teens

Thursday

Mostly sunny, becoming quite breezy, still cold, mid 30’s

Thursday Night

Mostly clear, brutal cold, lows not far from 10 degrees

Friday

Sunny, very cold, mid-to-upper 20’s (more than 20 degrees below normal for this time of year)

Saturday

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for some snow shower activity, mid-to-upper 30’s

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for some snow, sleet and/or rain, mid-to-upper 30’s

Monday

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for some snow, sleet and/or rain, mid-to-upper 30’s

Discussion

Our active weather pattern continues today with another fast-moving upper-level disturbance generating some accumulating snow in the region this morning on the order of a coating to an inch or two. Watch for slick spots on roadways as temperatures will be well below freezing during the snowfall. This latest system departs by late morning with clearing skies this afternoon and it'll become very cold tonight with lows in the middle teens in some spots. Winds will increase on Thursday as the next strong cold front approaches and bitter cold temperatures are likely Thursday night and Friday with lows near 10 degrees in many of the subrubs and highs on Friday more than 20 degrees below normal for this time of year.

Looking ahead, two storms will slam into California over the next few days and they will both subsequently cross the country in a west-to-east fashion. The first of these systems could throw some clouds our way early in the weekend with light snow possible and then the second system is likely to bring more significant precipitation into the Mid-Atlantic region later this weekend and early next week. It is too early to tell the exact details of this particular storm that'll come to the region in the Sunday night-Tuesday time frame as there can be snow, sleet and/or rain, but precipitation amounts look to be significant.

Video

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