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7:00 AM | *Another Arctic blast rides in with snow showers and strengthening winds...single digits possible late tonight

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast

Today

Snow likely early with a quick coating to an inch or two and some slick spots, gradually becoming partly sunny and windy during the mid-day and afternoon hours, temperatures drop through the 20’s during the day, much lower wind chill values

Tonight

Windy and brutally cold with partial clearing, lows in the single digits, wind chills below zero

Friday

Mostly sunny, blustery, very cold, low 20’s

Friday Night

Mostly cloudy, quite cold, mid-to-upper teens

Saturday

Mostly cloudy, not as cold, upper 30’s

Sunday

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow or a mixed bag of precipitation, low-to-mid 30’s

Monday

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow, near 30 degrees

Tuesday

Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow, near 30 degrees

Discussion

Another Arctic blast has arrived with snow showers likely and a quick coating to an inch or two is possible. Winds will pick up as the day progresses and temperatures will slowly drop through the 20’s. By late tonight, single digits will be common in suburban locations and the wind chill values will be below zero. Friday remains quite cold, but there will be a noticeable moderation in temperatures on Saturday. That moderation will be short-lived; however, as another cold shot will arrive later in the weekend leading to an extended period of unsettled weather. Snow or a mixed bag of precipitation is likely on Sunday and then, as it turns colder early next week, snow might become more prevalent with low pressure organizing near the Mid-Atlantic coastline.