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7:00 AM | *****Frigid cold this morning, significant accumulating snow from later today into tomorrow morning...more brutal cold follows later this week which could produce temperatures not seen here since Jan 1994*****

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Thickening clouds, frigid, snow develops late in the afternoon, temperatures will struggle to reach the 20 degree mark


Snow will be heavy at times, very cold, lows in the middle teens


Snow in the morning with total accumulations of 6-9 inches by mid-day, partial sunshine in the afternoon, very cold, upper 20’s

Tuesday Night

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


Mostly cloudy, breezy, very cold, snow showers possible at times, possibly a snow squall, additional small accumulations possible, upper 20’s


Brutal cold that will be record-challenging, partly sunny skies, upper teens for highs


Brutal cold that will be record-challenging, partly sunny skies, upper teens for highs


Mostly cloudy, cold, chance for snow, low 30’s


Winter will put on an amazing display this week and here is a quick summary: frigid cold this morning with temperatures in the single digits will be followed by significant snowfall from late today into early Tuesday; snow showers and snow squalls should take place late Wednesday with additional small accumulations possible, and that will be followed by record-challenging cold on Thursday and Friday.

Today starts off on the frigid side and temperatures this afternoon will struggle to reach the 20 degree mark. Snow will break out late today likely in the 3-6pm time period and continue heavily at times right into Tuesday morning. The total snowfall accumulation range in the DC metro region by mid-day Tuesday will likely be 6-9 inches, and the Eastern Shore should receive similar amounts. This snowfall will have serious implications on the Tuesday morning commute, school openings, etc. Another Arctic blast arrives late Wednesday likely accompanied by snow showers/snow squalls and additional small accumulations, and then record-challenging cold on Thursday and Friday which may even surpass this morning's fierce cold for its severity.

One final note, Dulles Airport (VA) dropped to 6 degrees this morning shattering the old record low of 11 degrees; BWI Airport (MD) bottomed out at 5 degrees tying a record set way back in 1905.