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

6:00 AM | ***Accumulating snow this morning will cause numerous slick spots on the roadways...brutal cold tomorrow night and Thursday will rival some of last winter's worst***

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Cloudy, cold, periods of snow into the early afternoon hours, accumulations generally in the 1-3 inch range, isolated 4 inch amounts to the west and north, numerous slick spots on the roadways, highs in the upper 20's


Mostly cloudy, very cold, lows by morning in the lower 20’s


Partly sunny, windy and very cold, snow showers possible and perhaps even a heavier snow squall, mid-to-upper 20’s

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy, blustery and brutally cold, lows in the single digits in many suburban locations and near 10 degrees inside the District


Mainly sunny, brutal cold, temperatures struggle reach 20 degrees for highs


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


Mostly sunny, very cold, near 30 degrees


Mostly cloudy, still quite cold, low 30’s


An active weather pattern will bring three different “clipper” systems (i.e., fast-moving) into the Northeast US over the next few days. The first of these arrives early today and it will generate accumulating snow in the DC metro region primarily in the 1-3 inch range, but 4 inch amounts are possible in western and northern sections. This morning’s commute will feature numerous slick spots on the roadways as the snow quickly sticks after arrival and some re-freezing takes place. Another “clipper” system will arrive on Wednesday with snow shower activity likely in the Northeast US and then brutal cold will follow for Wednesday night and Thursday. In fact, this brutal cold air mass coming for tomorrow night and Thursday will rival some of the coldest air seen all of last winter in parts of the Northeast US. Boston, for example, bottomed out all of last winter at 2 degrees above zero and that low mark from last winter is in jeopardy up there by early Thursday morning. Indeed, single digits are likely up and down the I-95 corridor in the overnight hours on Wednesday going into early Thursday and daytime highs on Thursday afternoon will be hard-pressed pass the 20 degree mark. Yet another “clipper” system will generate numerous snow showers in much of the Northeast US on Friday before reinforcing Arctic air pushes in to start the weekend. Next week is likely to present additional chances for snow as the overall weather pattern looks remains quite active.