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7:00 AM | ***Accumulating snow early Tuesday...brutally cold Wednesday night/Thursday***

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Partly sunny, windy, much colder than yesterday, flurries possible, temperatures holding steady or even dropping slowly during the day along with much lower wind chills


Thickening clouds, very cold, snow likely by dawn, lows by morning near 20 degrees


Cloudy, cold, periods of snow in the morning and early afternoon hours, accumulations likely on the order of 1-3 inches, low-to-mid 30’s

Tuesday Night

Mostly cloudy, quite cold, low 20’s


Partly sunny, breezy, very cold, snow showers possible, upper 20’s; single digits possible in the overnight hours in some suburbs


Partly sunny, windy, brutally cold, near 20 degrees


Partly sunny, still very cold, but not as severe, snow shower possible, low 30’s


Mostly sunny, quite cold, low 30’s


Much colder air has moved into the Mid-Atlantic region following the passage of a strong Arctic cold front, and even colder air is destined to arrive here at mid-week following the passage of a couple of “clipper-type" low pressure systems. Winds will be strong today as Arctic air pours into the region and the Great Lakes "lake-effect" snow machine is up and running in full force and it could even generate flurries as far south and east as the I-95 corridor. Temperatures will hold steady or even fall slowly through the day along with much lower wind chills.

A fast-moving low pressure system will spread snow into the local region by early tomorrow with accumulations likely on Tuesday all along the I-95 corridor from DC-to-Philly-to-NYC. The snow is likely to arrive here in time to have an impact on the morning commute, but will be a fast-mover with most of the snow already pulling away from the area by the evening rush hour. Another "clipper" system will generate snow showers in the region on Wednesday and then the coldest air yet this season will arrive for Wednesday night and Thursday. Single digits are likely for lows all along the I-95 corridor by early Thursday and the brutally cold conditions will continue throughout the day despite some sunshine. Yet another "clipper" will spread more snow into the Northeast US on Friday, but its main precipitation field will likely be a bit farther to the north compared to the Tuesday and Wednesday events limiting our chances for snow shower activity around here as we close out the work week, but we'll continue to monitor it.