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7:00 AM | ***Winter's worst weather continues with more snow and incredible cold including possible sub-zero temperatures***

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Becoming partly sunny, quite cold, highs in the mid-to-upper 20’s


Mostly cloudy, very cold, lows in the middle teens


Mostly cloudy, still quite cold, snow showers possible in the afternoon and there can be a heavier snow squall, a quick coating to an inch possible, mid-to-upper 20’s

Wednesday Night

Snow shower threat continues early; otherwise, becoming partly cloudy and becoming brutally cold, lows by morning in the single digits


Bitter cold with partial sunshine, maybe a snow shower, highs only reaching the middle teens


Possible sub-zero start to the day, bitter cold with partial sunshine, highs only reaching the mid-to-upper teens


Mostly cloudy, not as harsh, chance for PM snow, low 30’s


Mostly cloudy, milder, chance for rain, ice or snow, mid-to-upper 30’s


This stretch with the worst weather that winter has to offer will continue over the next several days with more snow and incredible cold including possible sub-zero low temperatures. Now that the latest snowfall has ended in the I-95 corridor, attention turns to the next important weather event. Indeed, another powerful Arctic front will arrive late tomorrow and it is likely to generate late afternoon and early evening snow showers along with a possible heavier snow squall. In fact, this frontal passage could produce a quick coating to an inch of new snow later tomorrow and early tomorrow night and there can be slick spots on the roads as a result. Incredible cold pours in behind the front for Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Low temperatures will bottom out at extremely cold levels during that stretch with single digits likely on Thursday and Saturday morning's and sub-zero temperatures - possible record-breaking - likely on Friday morning. More snow is possible by late Saturday, but as the weekend progresses, the temperatures will climb to levels which will allow for the possibility of precipitation other than in the form of snow.