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Weather forecasting and analysis, space and historic events, climate information

7:00 AM | **Possible record-breaker today; rain-to-accumulating snow scenario on Wednesday/Wednesday night with several inches possible in the N and W suburbs**

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Becoming partly sunny, breezy and unseasonably warm, maybe a residual shower or two, high temperatures this afternoon not far from 70 degrees


Mostly cloudy, breezy, turning cooler late, lows in the low-to-mid 40’s by morning


Mostly sunny, cooler, low-to-mid 50's

Tuesday Night

Mostly cloudy, colder, rain, sleet and/or snow possible late, low-to-mid 30’s


Cloudy with mixed precipitation in the morning changing to all from northwest-to-southeast during the afternoon hours and continuing as snow into the evening before winding down, several inches of snow accumulation possible in the N and W suburbs with lesser amounts to the south and east, highs near 40 degrees


Partly sunny, cold, maybe a snow shower or two, low 40’s


Mostly sunny, quite cold, upper 30’s


Partly sunny, cold, low 40's


Today will turn out to be the warmest day of the week – perhaps even in record-breaking territory - as temperatures peak near the 70 degree mark. A couple of residual showers are possible today, but much of the day will turn out to be rain-free. A cold front will pass through the region overnight and this will begin a downward trend in the temperature pattern. High pressure will follow for tomorrow, but then a strong coastal storm will mess up holiday travel plans on Wednesday. Rain, sleet and or snow is likely to begin late tomorrow night and then, as colder air gets drawn into the system, it'll gradually changeover to snow by Wednesday afternoon from northwest-to-southeast and continue as snow into the evening before winding down. Preliminary snowfall accumulation estimates include the following: up to 6 inches in the N and W suburbs, up to 3 inches in the District, and lesser amounts to the south and east of I-95 with the least snowfall likely at the Eastern Shore. Stay tuned, still 48 hours to go on this one.