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7:00 AM | Quite cold way to start the new year...temperatures drop to the upper teens by early Thursday morning in many suburban locations

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, quite cold, highs in the low-to-mid 30’s


Mostly clear, very cold, lows by morning in the upper teens in many suburbs, low 20's inside the District


Mostly sunny and cold, upper 30’s

Thursday Night

Mostly clear, quite cold, mid 20’s


Partly sunny, not quite as cold, mid 40’s


Mostly cloudy, chilly, afternoon rain likely and there could be a brief wintry mix at the onset, low 40’s


Mostly cloudy, much milder, chance for showers early, low-to-mid 50's


Mostly sunny, windy, quite cold, upper 30’s


Very strong high pressure will stay in control of the weather across much of the nation over the next few days as it spreads south and east from the Northern Rockies and central Plains. A reinforcing Arctic air mass has moved into the Mid-Atlantic region in the overnight hours and temperatures today will struggle to reach the middle 30's in the metro region. As we ring in the New Year, temperatures will drop sharply overnight bottoming out in the upper teens by early tomorrow morning in many suburban locations and the lower 20's inside the District. It’ll stay relatively cold through the rest of the work week and then a low pressure system will head up to our west this weekend into the eastern Great Lakes. This type of storm track will usher in milder air to the region so that the bulk of the weekend system is likely to be in the form of plain rain around here. However, at the onset of the weekend precipitation event later Saturday, there may be enough cold air around for a brief period of a wintry mix before the ultimate changeover to plain rain. Looking ahead to next week, colder air pours in behind the weekend storm for the early part of next week and then a “clipper-type” of low pressure system could combine with coastal moisture to throw a little snow our way by around Tuesday of next week. Following that, it appears that very cold air will invade much of the eastern half of the nation for the second half of next week.